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justbrewit 11-29-2005 01:56 AM

Convert AG to Extract
 
is there any way to convert all grain to extract?? i have a load of ag recipes in promash but i'm not ready to just into ag yet so i'd like to convert these to extract. any ideas???

homebrewer_99 11-29-2005 02:02 AM

I have a chart that I got from a book that I retyped in WORD.DOC format.

It doesn't keep its format when I try to paste it in a thread...probably something I'm not doing right.

Email me @ homebrewer_99@yahoo.com and I'll email it to you.
Then you can paste it if you know how.

El Pistolero 11-29-2005 02:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by justbrewit
is there any way to convert all grain to extract?? i have a load of ag recipes in promash but i'm not ready to just into ag yet so i'd like to convert these to extract. any ideas???

Here's a pdf on Converting All Grain to Partial Mash.

homebrewer_99 11-29-2005 02:20 AM

I already sent him that file plus several others.

barleypopmaker 11-30-2005 03:06 PM

Beersmith has a conversion tool. They also have a 21 day free trial. If you already have promash, I would just download beersmith and use the 21 day trial to convert all my recipes. It would save yourself a lot of work if you are doing the conversions yourself.

justbrewit 11-30-2005 03:13 PM

thanks barleypop, i juust downloaded beersmith as well, but i have loaded it yet. i went out the other day and found about 6 brew programs and downloaded them.

HomerT 11-30-2005 03:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by barleypopmaker
Beersmith has a conversion tool. They also have a 21 day free trial. If you already have promash, I would just download beersmith and use the 21 day trial to convert all my recipes. It would save yourself a lot of work if you are doing the conversions yourself.

You are my hero. I never noticed that option before in Beersmith....Rock On!

-Todd

barleypopmaker 11-30-2005 07:44 PM

Your welcome. I may be wrong but, if you've had beersmith for a while I don't think it was originally on there, but was part of the last update. So you may not have noticed it if you had the version before the last update. Sometimes I just play around with it for fun and convert my extract recipes into All Grain, just to see.

HomerT 11-30-2005 07:58 PM

I just got it about a month ago. But I was looking a all of these great recipies and thinking...man most are all-grain. This rocks.


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