Jan. 8, 2018, 9:21 p.m.


Sublime Text syntax highlighting, indentation, and sinppets for MultiValue Basic.


  • MultiValue Syntaxes Supported:
  • D3
  • OpenQM
  • "\" Quotes
  • Auto-Indentation while typing
  • "wED" Color Scheme (at least this is how I've setup colors in wED)
  • Integration with Sublime's Goto Definition for MV Basic line labels
  • Snippets:
  • if-then if-else if-then-else
  • for dcount-for
  • loop-repeat
  • execute-loop-readnext-read-repeat
  • begin case-case-end case ...

May 25, 2014, 5:50 p.m.

Calibrating Sir Ballington

Today I finally got around to calibrating the boil kettle on Sir Ballington. I have had the sight tube installed for a long time now but I never took the time to calibrate it. It was shipped with convenient stickers to use as markings. Unfortunately I let them sit out in my brew hut which isn't really doing a great job of protecting my equipment from the elements, so the stickers are ruined. I got around this by making my own marking system. Check out the pics below to see my method.

Nov. 18, 2012, 12:37 p.m.

Sir Ballington Brewstand

This is an accounting of how I designed and built my epic brew sculpture . It started off with a few goals:

Nov. 18, 2012, 12:43 a.m.

Space Shed Fermentation Chamber

I've always wanted to build some kind of space where I could ferment homebrew in a controlled temperature. I've finally made the dream a reality.

April 8, 2012, 5:40 p.m.

How To Write A Brew-log

I've heard people ask about what should be in brew-logs a few times. The answer really depends on your situation. The one commonality is the goal of a brew-log, which is to provide enough information to be able to recreate your brew, exactly. I try to record everything that I can control. When I was an extract brewer I didn't have to write very much. When I moved to all grain I had to redesign my logs to accommodate A LOT more information.