Acacia Graddy-Gamel
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Abandoned cat in need of home

Reposting from here: http://bitchgoddessdm.livejournal.com/183279.html I wish I could, but I can't.  Anyone need a kitty?Continue

Started Oct 28, 2011

 

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Abandoned cat in need of home

Reposting from here: http://bitchgoddessdm.livejournal.com/183279.html I wish I could, but I can't.  Anyone need a kitty?See More
Oct 28, 2011
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Oct 28, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel commented on Brandi Thompson's blog post Queens To Be Home to Nation's Largest Rooftop Greenhouse Farm
"Suck it, Brooklyn."
Aug 11, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel commented on Ryan Crook's group Astoria Homebrewers
"Indeed! An absolutely fabulous gathering (that I am paying for slightly here at my desk with an extra-large coffee...) and I can't wait for the next round.  I tossed the mole brown recipe in on the brewstoria.com forum if people are…"
Jun 30, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel commented on Ryan Crook's group Astoria Homebrewers
"Adam, by the name alone, I'd guess Orkney Skullsplitter, but I guess we'll see!"
Jun 28, 2011
Matthew E. Schaefer replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"I recently added a chest freezer and a Ranco controller for fermentation. The chest freezer is a nice option for fermentation control, as it is pretty much set and forget.  No need to play with ice and monitor temps. Plus you can really dial in…"
Jun 14, 2011
Brad Boggess replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"with the freezer you can brew every 3 weeks, or every month, with perfect temp control. Some would say that if you really need to hurry, you can wait until you are sure you are done fermenting and conditioning (1.5 weeks ish) and then crash cool for…"
Jun 14, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"*laugh*  and probably a lot easier to lift out of a chest freezer too.    Currently I brew about once a month.  Since I'm not actually doing summer classes, I was hoping to pick that up a little bit this summer, but…"
Jun 14, 2011
Brad Boggess replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"That's actually something i've been wondering myself. the best I can come up with is that the aging process will be accelerated. How often do you brew?   And you don't "have" to get another carboy. the buckets are way…"
Jun 14, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"So then, in theory, really, the best answer is to buy a second 6.5 gallon carboy, and once fermentation is complete, move the batch into the closet to rest.  Is there any temperature at which it would cause serious problems to the flavors even…"
Jun 14, 2011
Brad Boggess replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"It won't let me reply below, so I have no idea where this is going to post.   I was being sarcastic about the "secondary" question, I don't believe in secondaries, I think they do more harm than good. Unless you are doing…"
Jun 14, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"I probably misspoke there, as I am a bit frazzled and all over the place right now.  I just mean waiting til primary fermentation is done on some batches and racking it over to a 5 gallon carboy and letting it sit for another few weeks so I get…"
Jun 14, 2011
Brad Boggess replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"It's the best option if you don't mind it in the kitchen, and if you can afford it.   I have to ask: what do you mean by secondary?"
Jun 14, 2011
Acacia Graddy-Gamel replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"I definitely don't have time to babysit, and as it seems pretty clear that in the summer, my brewing closet will be lucky to get as low as 78 and I REALLY don't want to wrap the carboys up in wet shirts (I'm worried about moisture,…"
Jun 14, 2011
Brad Boggess replied to Acacia Graddy-Gamel's discussion Warm Weather Brewing in the group Astoria Homebrewers
"yep, we do ales all the time, we've only done shitty lagers once... basically, with a ranco controller, you can set the temp to whatever you want. So let's say I want to ferment my beer at 66 degrees. I set it for 66, place the probe (wire…"
Jun 14, 2011

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