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Old 06-10-2006, 02:21 PM   #1
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I went to the ProMash website to try to figure out how ProMash can help with Batch Sparging.... did not get very far. Does anyone do batch sparging with ProMash here?

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Yeah, I had the same problem but really it is quite easy to figure out on a sheet of paper. How much grain you have and how much wort do you want to collect?

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Green board has some good info on batch sparging and Promash...... here ya go!

http://www.brewboard.com/index.php?showtopic=40175

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Yeah, I had the same problem but really it is quite easy to figure out on a sheet of paper. How much grain you have and how much wort do you want to collect?
Working that out now... Palmer's section looks complicated. I'll keep you informed
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Green board has some good info on batch sparging and Promash...... here ya go!

http://www.brewboard.com/index.php?showtopic=40175
Wow! Awsom link! Thanks much Usually I do not go to that board and sometimes forget it's there... the black background is very much an eye sore to me.

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Wow! Awsom link! Thanks much Usually I do not go to that board and sometimes forget it's there... the black background is very much an eye sore to me.

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Black? The don't call it the "green" board for nothing! Time to adjust your monitor or get some glasses!!!!!!!
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Black? The don't call it the "green" board for nothing! Time to adjust your monitor or get some glasses!!!!!!!
With this new found information I re looked at it... it is dark green....... green on green with black and other colors... hmm..... well... I'm very glad the person who chose our colors has some kind of sensitivity for people stairing at a monitor.... must be an IT person. Our colors are very easy on the eyes.

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