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hwall95
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hwall95

Well-Known Member, Male, 24, from Brisbane, Queensland

Keg chest freezer stopped cooling properly (wouldn't get below 10), but thanfully have reinstalled all the gear back into the old keg fridge. Beer on tap again! Which also means I can get my fridgie mate to come have a look at the chest freezer! 25/2/16

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    1. hwall95
      hwall95
      Keg chest freezer stopped cooling properly (wouldn't get below 10), but thanfully have reinstalled all the gear back into the old keg fridge. Beer on tap again! Which also means I can get my fridgie mate to come have a look at the chest freezer!
    2. hwall95
      hwall95
      Cleaned the fermentor after kegging my IPA and now my whole yard smells like hops. Not complaing
      1. madpierre06
        madpierre06
        Any takers yet to come around and roll around naked in the grass?
        3/12/15
      2. hwall95
        hwall95
        Sadly we don't have grass, just a lot of bushes, sticks and leaves
        4/12/15
    3. hwall95
      hwall95
      To keg the chinook APA CCing or wait a couple more days...
    4. hwall95
      hwall95
      4 German style brews kegged and ready for a late Oktoberfest. Now to finish the new keg fridge and fit the new taps
    5. hwall95
      hwall95
      Froze 1.5L of my beer I bottled.. Hope it still carbs with the extra yeast I gave it
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      2. hwall95
        hwall95
        Well I wish I could say yes and it was planned but it just an easy drinking apa for camping. Accidental Eisapa?
        19/6/15
      3. Liam_snorkel
        Liam_snorkel
        you may have created something amazing and unreplicable!
        19/6/15
      4. Adr_0
        Adr_0
        I accidentally 'eised' my oaked red ale in the freezer overnight. Flippin incredible...
        21/6/15
    6. hwall95
      hwall95
      Seems my CO2 was leaking and I missed it..
      1. slcmorro
        17/5/15
    7. hwall95
      hwall95
      Hydrometer fell through the bottom cap on the tube and onto the ground, and didn't break. I guess today must be a good day then
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      2. hwall95
        hwall95
        Yeah I know that all too well, knocked my glass last week and it was fine and the day after it decided to shatter in my hand :(
        6/2/15
      3. TheWiggman
        TheWiggman
        I'd be careful around that refractometer, they're known to crack if looked at the wrong way. I'd say it is possessed.
        6/2/15
      4. madpierre06
        madpierre06
        Yeah had that when first got back to this was used to a single capped tube...what gumby decided it was a great idea to have double ended capped tubes...seriously
        7/2/15
    8. hwall95
      hwall95
      Finally moved house and pretty keen to do get a brew going since I've been kegless for the last two/three weeks! Time for another mild and saison!
    9. hwall95
      hwall95
      Forgot I had Star-San in the beer line of a beer I recently kegged and poured a tiny tester.. Was not a pleasant experience at all
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      2. Spiesy
        Spiesy
        Cleaned your insides out at least.
        17/12/14
      3. hwall95
        hwall95
        Haha good point, surprise someone has stupidly tried it before
        18/12/14
      4. TheWiggman
        TheWiggman
        On the plus side you've addressed mouth infections
        19/12/14
    10. hwall95
      hwall95
      Kegged beer is a wonderful thing! Still getting use force carbing, but there's nothing like be able to pour your beer from a tap at home.
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      2. Grott
        Grott
        good point Yob, give you that one
        14/12/14
      3. TheWiggman
        TheWiggman
        You'll never forget your first legally nude pour
        15/12/14
      4. droid
        droid
        don't you worry that when you feel like a drink you may lie underneath the tap open your mouth and turn the tap on?
        15/12/14
    11. hwall95
      hwall95
      APA I brewed for chirtmas is smelling a bit strange, so will have to brew another beer just in case it's not okay.. Best case, another beer for christmas!
      1. Grott
        Grott
        This is a cunning plan and could fool some. Do another just in case or would that be stretching it?
        2/12/14
    12. hwall95
      hwall95
      'Testing' my 4 day old mild by having a glass straight out of the fermentor...
      1. Cocko
        Cocko
        We have all done it.
        24/11/14
    13. hwall95
      hwall95
      Just brought a keg setup.. Good bye money..
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      2. Tahoose
        Tahoose
        Now your really committed to the cause!! Kegs are wonderful.
        6/11/14
      3. hwall95
        hwall95
        Haha just a broke uni student that spent his year of saving on beer related things.. again
        7/11/14
      4. Spiesy
        Spiesy
        Good man.
        11/11/14
    14. hwall95
      hwall95
      Nothing like the pot valve getting blocked when you go to fill the cubes..
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      2. hwall95
        hwall95
        Yeah will defintely be worth the cost!
        26/10/14
      3. mofox1
        mofox1
        Had an earwig crawl out of my newly installed sight glass the other day (s'okay - wasn't brewing)... Time to find some plugs, else those "blockages" could be a result of some large insect.
        26/10/14
      4. hwall95
        hwall95
        Yeah good idea, although in this case it was due to a few stray grains that got over the bag at one stage and decided to burn inside..
        27/10/14
    15. hwall95
      hwall95
      Brewing first All grain toda - smoked porter. Should be an interesting day
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      2. menoetes
        menoetes
        It's gonna be good sir, tho possibly frustrating too.
        25/10/14
      3. hwall95
        hwall95
        Boiling atm.. longest brew day ever including driving to craftbrewer, setting up the pots and burner and then mashing
        25/10/14
      4. hwall95
        hwall95
        Bright side got two beers bottled during the mash and assuming I volume estimate is correct, got an efficency of 83%. Pretty sure we may be out a few litres at least though..
        25/10/14
    16. hwall95
      hwall95
      1. Bribie G
        Bribie G
        anyone doing german style brews should read braukaiser, at gunpoint if necessary.
        19/10/14
    17. hwall95
      hwall95
      Poured a tiny bit of my 3724 starter into a glass because I was curious what flavours the yeast gives. Wow that stuff produces amazing flavour!
      1. Weizguy
        Weizguy
        +1 I recall guava as one of the fruits in the flavour
        19/9/14
    18. hwall95
      hwall95
      Bottling my Citra, Amarillo, Centennial and Magnum IPA tonight (180g of hops!). Already tasting amazing, but cannot wait for it to be nice and carbed!
      1. Yob
        Yob
        where do I turn up?
        6/8/14
      2. Cocko
        Cocko
        Knock knock.

        Whos there?

        Kegging.

        Kegging who?

        Reported.
        6/8/14
      3. hwall95
        hwall95
        Yob in you're Brisbane I would happily give you a bottle, the hops came from you after all. And Cocko the day we can afford to buy a kegging system will be a great day
        7/8/14
    19. hwall95
      hwall95
      Bottled Red Ale, checked choc porter and english pale ale which are both nearly finished. Might be brewing IPA with mate tomorrow
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    12/5/95 (Age: 24)
    Location:
    Brisbane, Queensland