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AG brewer since 2007. Current rig is a clone plus extras of http://theelectricbrewery.com. I like most styles of beer.

Projects in progress are a custom kegbot that tracks beer consumption without a flowmeter, a brewpi fermentation controller and a digital specific gravity meter.


May
13
revised Not Red but Orange: How to correct the color of an Irish Red after brewing?
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May
13
answered Not Red but Orange: How to correct the color of an Irish Red after brewing?
May
13
comment How to mash quickly?
Sigh, I guess people don't bother reading answers longer than a paragraph - I mentioned dropping the 56 and 70 steps to save 45 mins, plus some other tips that can shorten the time.
May
12
revised How to mash quickly?
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May
12
answered How to mash quickly?
May
12
answered Unusual flavourings
May
10
comment What volume of brewer's yeast to use for yeast-nutrient-less dandelion wine?
what's the expected OG or abv?
May
10
comment Dropped the temperature as it was getting out of control, did I shock my yeast?
This is a well written question, but it would have probably been quicker to take a gravity reading and know for sure!
May
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Carbonating cider
May
9
comment Aging full kegs out of fridge - carbonate now or later?
see homebrew.stackexchange.com/questions/7835/…
May
8
comment How much heat can a demijohn take?
hmm...two questions in a row of people taking risks with carboys because of cider! Must be potent stuff! ;)
May
8
answered Carbonating cider
May
8
comment Can you mash for too long?
If you can maintain the temperature then it's ok. I say 12 hours is ok in my answer. Sometimes I leave the mash in the MLT until the next day and then clean up - it doesn't smell good if it cools to 90-100F or so - I wouldn't contemplate using that in a beer - I don't really like vomit-smelling beer. :)
May
8
answered Wine and yeast “clean up”
May
7
reviewed No Action Needed Variations in Recycled Crown Bottles
May
7
reviewed No Action Needed Problems with Wyeast London Ale 1028?
May
7
comment Why an erlynmeyer flask?
@DougEdey - I agree. While in a lab there are many vessels that are heat proof, I don't think there are so many for the homebrewer that can be obtained easily.
May
7
answered Can you mash for too long?
May
6
answered Why an erlynmeyer flask?
May
6
comment Why an erlynmeyer flask?
a downvote and no comment doesn't help anyone.