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Old 10-11-2009, 01:54 PM   #1
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Default Brew Day 10-11-2009 - Let's Roll

Alright... JT signing on... So today I will be doing an Ed Wort's Haus... The perfect beer for the scavenging neighbors.. Just turned over control of the brew rig to the BCS-460 and shee is just churning away heatin up the sparge water, strike water and mash tun..

Pile on the thread.. Lets make it a good one..

Here the rig..

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Primary 3&4: 90 Minute IPA

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Tap 1: cashed...
Tap 2: Ed Worts Haus
Tap 3: Great Pumpkin Ale
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Old 10-11-2009, 01:57 PM   #2
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Ed Wort's Haus! Good choice for a brew day.

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Old 10-11-2009, 02:01 PM   #3
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PGD outta the way and grain is crushed.. HLT at 120 , MLT at 100.. The MLT always lags the HLT because my RIMS circuit is only 2200w, while the HLT Element is 5500w.. Hops and Irish moss measured and ready... I'll be doing a 10 gallon batch today so I've got a pile of hops on my little table..

This will also be the first full fermentation in my new ferm chamber.. The beers in the chamber in the pic went through primary in my other unit..

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Primary 1&2: Ed Wort's Haus
Primary 3&4: 90 Minute IPA

Secondary 1&2: -----
Secondary 3&4: -----
Secondary 5&6: -----

On Deck: ......


Tap 1: cashed...
Tap 2: Ed Worts Haus
Tap 3: Great Pumpkin Ale
Tap 4: Strange IIPA


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Old 10-11-2009, 02:12 PM   #4
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Great looking set-up. I will be here watching your progress throughout the day.

Salute!

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Old 10-11-2009, 02:28 PM   #5
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HLT up to 170, MLT at 125.. I've been asked a few times why I have both Herms and Rims circuits on this rig, the no-bs answer is that I couldn't decide and it was just as easy to do both as just one.. The fun part of having both is that I can swap over to HERMS at this point and create a much greater temp differential for getting up to strike temps..

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Old 10-11-2009, 02:41 PM   #6
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Just gave the MLT a little power boost with the Herms Circuit.. HLT is holding dead on 180F, MLT is at 155 on it's way to a set point of 162.7.. Should take about 10 more minutes to hit set point then stabilize..

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Tap 3: Great Pumpkin Ale
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Old 10-11-2009, 02:51 PM   #7
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Ok.. We are good.. Gonna dump some grain..

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Tap 3: Great Pumpkin Ale
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Old 10-11-2009, 02:59 PM   #8
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OK... Mashed in.. Temps right on the nose.. Beautiful thing about working with the BCS-460 and Beersmith.. Once you have your equipment profiles dialed in sticking the temps is a breeze.. On to the mash.. Only trick for the next few minutes is to carefully watch my RIMS flow rate and output to make sure I am not sticking or overheating the wort through the RIMS..

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Old 10-11-2009, 03:15 PM   #9
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Here's a few pics for for the visually stimulated..


Tear off of the temp log..


The Mash in Full Swing..



40 minutes left on the mash...

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Old 10-11-2009, 03:31 PM   #10
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I wanted a little more fermentable wort on this batch so I dropped my mash temp back to 150f.. I find myself without any iodine today so I may extend the mash to 90 minutes just to make sure everybody is converted nicely..

Here is a pic of the flashy lights on the manual override control panel and a screen print of the Main Control Center in the BCS-460..



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Primary 3&4: 90 Minute IPA

Secondary 1&2: -----
Secondary 3&4: -----
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On Deck: ......


Tap 1: cashed...
Tap 2: Ed Worts Haus
Tap 3: Great Pumpkin Ale
Tap 4: Strange IIPA

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