Normal John McHenry
praiseboognish A bad picture from last night's brew. Lautering around midnight. That's Rupe back there meercatting the session. 1d

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praiseboognish On our way to the Collingswood May Fair today. 4d

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praiseboognish Superman-swinging at their cousins house. 5d

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praiseboognish This kid 1w

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  •   bosabean Headband and goggles. Love that outfit. 2w

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Ludwig John McHenry
praiseboognish Found fully functional, but sitting on the curb. What a happy day. 3w

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praiseboognish One of my favorite places and the scene of my wedding. Always great food and beer @triumphprinceton 4w

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praiseboognish Turning the stir plate off, then back on again on a Budvar yeast starter. 1mon
  •   razh2o What's the time lapse length on that. Seems to flocc pretty hard. 1mon
  •   praiseboognish 400 plus photos at a rate of 2 per second....about 3:30? It does flocc pretty hard. The only other yeast I've ever used that floccs this fast is the 1968 ESB yeast. I'm psyched. @razh2o 1mon
  •   razh2o What kind of lager are you going to brew? 1mon
  •   praiseboognish Czech Pilsner. @razh2o 1mon
  •   praiseboognish I was planning on using wlp800, but I got a bad vial. When I went back to my LHBS, it was either Budvar or urquell. I went with Budvar for the higher flocc rate and maltier finish. I tend to get pretty high attenuation and I didn't want it to come off like a German pils in the finish. @razh2o 1mon
  •   razh2o Nice! Happy brewing. 1mon
  •   cornhole_allstar Hazel liked it 1mon

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  •   mcbends Will I put on this shoe or not? 3w

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  •   redcurlz They are gorgeous!! 1mon
  •   mcbends I feel very lucky to have so many amazing, smart, and beautiful nieces and nephew. (There needs to be a gendel-neutral word for niece/nephew similar to sibling, right? I'm on it.) @_raynalymper_ 3w

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praiseboognish Cans? Grill? Must be springtime. 1mon

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praiseboognish What exactly were they trying to convey with this product shot? I'm very disturbed by this. 2mon

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praiseboognish Emily's got kind of a Sammy Hagar thing going on here- yes? 2mon
  •   anomaly A much cuter version but yes. Ha. 2mon
  •   redcurlz Gorgeous!! 2mon

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Normal John McHenry
praiseboognish A travel present from one of my wife's brothers.....I have the best brothers in law a guy could want. 4mon
  •   peppergreene Forces unseen? 4mon
  •   praiseboognish Forces unseen. A blend of 3 different barrel-aged, golden sour ales from a young but already legendary brewer in Berkley. @peppergreene 4mon
  •   peppergreene No sulfates, I hope. 4mon
  •   praiseboognish Short answer: Yes. Long answer: Water (especially ground water) contains sulfates (unless you're drinking RO water or something like that) and is essential in the chemistry of brewing water along with things like calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate, chloride, and sodium. Different compositions are generally targeted for different beer styles, but never at any level that wouldn't be found in normal drinking water. About 50ppm at the low end, around 300ppm at the high end. It's not used as a preservative, just as part of the minerals neccessary for starch conversion and yeast health. @peppergreene 4mon
  •   peppergreene Ah so. It's just that I have such a miserable reaction to "regular wines and beers" and added sulfates. Frey north coast organic wines are my favorites! 4mon

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praiseboognish Me and my girls 4mon

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