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Old 07-21-2007, 09:21 AM   #1
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Wow that was fun! I made my keggle this morning and brewed EdWorts Haus Pale Ale. It even attracted a new neighbourhood cat who enjoyed licking the spills from the mash tun.

I only ended up with 4 Gallons of wort with an SG of 1.060. Ed's recipe calls for 5.5 gallons at 1.051.
Should I top it up with water to bring up the volume and reduce the SG?
If so, is there a way to calculate how much water to meet the required SG?

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Old 07-21-2007, 11:17 AM   #2
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There's a tool in Beersmith that would help you with that. I ran the numbers, and if you want an sg of 1.051, you can add .75 gallon. If you just want to top off to 5 gallons, you'd have an s.g. of 1.048.

Good job on the first AG! Edworts Pale Ale is up next for me!

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Congratulations! It's great when an all-grain goes perfectly. I've got Ed Wort's coming up next too.

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There's a tool in Beersmith that would help you with that. I ran the numbers, and if you want an sg of 1.051, you can add .75 gallon. If you just want to top off to 5 gallons, you'd have an s.g. of 1.048.

Good job on the first AG! Edworts Pale Ale is up next for me!

Thanks. I'll top it off with .75 gallons of water.
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Congratulations on the AG brew. I've got Edwort's Haus PA in the fermenter now, cant' wait to drink it.

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Wow it fermented in under 3 days!
What a ripper!

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