I'm a Devils season ticket holder, so I really didn't have any skin in the Caps/Pens series, but man was it ever fun to watch. So fast and furious. Really good series.
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The AHA survey results from 2013.My browser glitched for a second as I was reading this post, and at first I thought it said "Educated, married or in partnership, young and fairly handsome."
Educated, married or in partnership, young and fairly high income. Similar resutls.
I always brew 6 gallon batches, so it's just a matter of looking at past batches to determine how many pounds of grain it takes to hit a particular OG.As I said before, I tend to mostly brew a lot of the same recipes over and over again. I will further confess that I can't recall the last time I took a hydrometer reading of any kind. Back in the day I was all about taking copious notes on every brew, from start to finish. Over time I realized I really don't know why I was bothering with it. I know sort of what the ABV is on pretty much all my go-to recipes, but I don't really even care about that. If I were going to enter a contest or something, I'd measure and figure. But all I'm really going to do is drink it, so....
I also think I've brewed enough to look at a particular hop bill and know whether it's going to result in a beer with high, medium or low bitterness, hop flavor, and/or aroma.Honestly, this is about as technical as I get these days.
1) My recipes are generally stored in Word docsI started to write this in my initial response, but yeah, I have all my recipes saved as well, in Evernote. I have around 30 recipes, but I tend to repeat my favorite 6 or 8 of them over and over. So, really, I don't very often do anything that software would be useful for.