What advice would like to give to other homebrewers?
Start rather small. Grow when you discover the processes that make you happy and get the results you're chasing. Some people like to pay attention to every little detail and for others it can be way more casual. Do what you enjoy, be humble, learn from others, and have fun.
What is the best beer you ever made? And the worst?
My taste is always changing whether sampling my own beer or someone else's. For that reason I find it nearly impossible to pin that answer down. To me beer is more fluid than that (no pun intended). Depends on the day, my surroundings, and sometimes the people around you.
Tell Us about your favorite styles to brew
I like to challenge myself. Right now that is dialing in a NEIPA. While they are fairly easy to brew a good one, it is very difficult to brew a GREAT one. You have to have tight reigns on the entire process from beginning to end.
Tell us about your brewing plans for the future
I hope to continue to refine my process, learn absolutely everything I can soak up, and share great beer with great people.
What is your experience with Kveik?
My experience with Kveik is very limited. It still blows my mind to produce a "clean" beer at 100F+. I've had the pleasure to sample some of our homebrew club members kviek beers that were quite tasty.
What equipment do you use and why?
I use anything that will work well for my specific needs. I typically brew 3 to 5 gallon batches on a custom EBIAB single vessel system. My equipment is primarily made up of Spike, Blichmann, SSbrewtech, Plaato, Brewhardware, Arbor Fabricating, and Cu.S.S. components. I believe in blending brewing processes until you are left with the best of all or most of them. My style implements a healthy mix of low oxygen (LODO) techniques and ideology with anything that gets me toward my end goal (varies by beer style).