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Developer Relations at Google. Home brewer.


Apr
29
comment Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
@Graham interesting - oversteeping then? I was still using a grain bag for what was essentially flour, which would have leaked heavily into the wort.
Apr
29
comment Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
@Graham +1 for your excellent advice that was not in my introductory books :)
Apr
24
answered Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
Apr
24
comment Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
I've had flavours that I'd describe this way from having ground my steeping grains wayyyy too much.
Feb
2
asked Formulating a session saison using extract & grains
Jan
30
comment Homebrewing Glossary - Dictionary of Commonly-Used Terms
Agreed - I'm unable to set my own question as a wiki, though I can set the answer. And it does, though not every term is a tag & vice-versa. Maybe we could restrict this to non-tagged terms?
Jan
30
asked Homebrewing Glossary - Dictionary of Commonly-Used Terms
Jan
30
answered Homebrewing Glossary - Dictionary of Commonly-Used Terms
Jan
29
revised Propagation of koji-kin
edited tags
Jan
23
answered Quality difference between LME and DME
Jan
23
comment How do you strain pellet hops out of wort or beer?
Yep the hop muck stays in the bag. What doesn't is small and will settle out with the trub.
Jan
15
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
answered Carbonating using table sugar
Jan
9
answered White mold on my corney kegs?
Dec
30
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
26
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
19
comment Layering different varieties of hops at single intervals
I've just added it to my Xmas wishlist... Here's hoping :)
Dec
19
answered Looking to make an Ancient Egyptian brew, but what about bittering and flavoring?
Dec
18
comment Can marmite be made from brew yeast leftovers?
I've heard anecdotally that one of the major breweries in my city sell off their excess "post fermentation" yeast (presumably washed trub) to manufacturers of (the superior) Vegemite.
Nov
11
awarded  Notable Question