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IPAcolypse, or How I learned to stop worrying and love the hopbomb

I hear it all the time: “I don’t like bitter/hoppy beers”. These are two words those getting into craft beer say a lot, and it’s understandable. Humans are notorious for having our own distinct tastes. You hear this thrown around a lot when talking about IPAs, although the first also gets stated when talking about… Continue reading IPAcolypse, or How I learned to stop worrying and love the hopbomb

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Automated Brewing Systems part 1: the options

I won’t lie and say that home brewing is easy. It’s not. a normal brew day can last 5-8 hours and is a lot of work. Cleaning, heating water, pouring it into your mash tun, collecting runoff, sparge, repeat, boil for an hour to an hour and a half, clean up your mash tun, put… Continue reading Automated Brewing Systems part 1: the options

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Chronicles in Homebrewing: The Quest for More Stuff

Homebrewing, I have found, can be a bit of an addiction. Not in the “I’m addicted to drinking” sense, although I find it enjoyable to have a pint or two with friends and family. More so in the “doing it” part. It’s something cathartic, knowing that you’re creating something with your bare hands. Ok truly… Continue reading Chronicles in Homebrewing: The Quest for More Stuff

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Nerdyness level maximum: Saitama’s (One Punch Man) power estimated

*Update 2/4/16 7:24 PM ET: after comment from /u/higi1024 on reddit, it’s suggested to change the acceleration from a constant force to a impulse, as these are basically sudden forces from the jump or from the knee. The calculations are recalculated basee on this info, with the formulas now reflecting A = (20,076,831.64 – 0) / .1 And A… Continue reading Nerdyness level maximum: Saitama’s (One Punch Man) power estimated