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LeeF 11-23-2009 01:47 PM

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I made a modification to the spreadsheet so it converts the grams to teaspoons and looks like this. I found it useful since I'm using teaspoons to measure my salts.
After posting, I didn't realize it would look so small.(That's what she said)


Julohan 01-15-2010 03:32 PM

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How does these water adjustments look for a English IPA? Can I add all the salts to on pot? Then separate the water for strike and sparg water. Or should I add all the salts to the the mash/strike water only? Last, is the balance too far off to very bitter?


nostalgia 02-25-2010 01:39 AM

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Ok, here it is so far. I'm still trying to figure out a magic way to make the dropdowns populate dynamically based on the info in the table.

-Joe

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nostalgia 03-24-2010 01:40 AM

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I've always been a fan of balances over digital scales. Besides my feeling that they're more accurate, I like the fact that I can set the weight I want and just add stuff until it balances. Or maybe it just takes me back to fond memories of high school chem lab

To that end, I found this little gem on Ebay for $10 shipped. It weighs up to 4 grams with 1/20 gram accuracy. To make it even nicer, this is a new old stock model that was still made in the USA.

In the hopper is 1/4 teaspoon of Kosher salt, which balances at 1.35 grams.

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-Joe



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