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Old 01-24-2013, 02:48 AM   #21
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I couldn't read the recipe off the link so I'll go on what you've said. You have 7.4 lbs of grain. That calls for about 2.3 gallons of water. You will love about a quart or more soaked up into the grain. If you are going to boil for 90 minutes and end with 5 gallons of beer, you will need around 7.5 to 8.5 gallons or more to start boiling, depending on the strength of your boil. This means you will spare with 5.5 to 6.5 gallons of water to fill your kettle. You can reduce this with a 60 minute boil, but you'll still need 7 gallons or more to start the boil.

Aso double check your hop iterations because they sounded off. It sounded like you will add your first hops after 60 minutes of a 90 minute boil. Most battering additions start with an hour left to boil them.

I'd really like to see that recipe.

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Old 01-24-2013, 01:18 PM   #23
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I'd really like to see that recipe.
Sorry about that; tried to upload the PDF but it's too big.

Wheat Beer
Estimated SRM: 4
Estimated IBU: 18
Estimated OG: 1.041
Estimated FG: 1.007
Estimated ABV: 4.4%
Pre-Boil Vol: 6.75 gal
Post-Boil Vol: 5.25 gal.
Adjusted for 75% Mash Efficiency

Ingredients

Grain Bill:
4 lbs. 4 oz. Wheat Malt
2 lbs. 13 oz. Pilsner
6 oz. Melanoidin
Hops:
0.5 oz. Perle (10.2%)
Yeast: 1 Pkg SafAle WB-06

Authors Instructions

Mash Schedule:
Sacch' Rest - 149 F for 75 Minutes
Boil Additions & Times:
90 min. Total Boil Time
0.5 oz Perle Hops at 60 min.

Fermentation
7 Days Primary @ 57 G
After 7 days warm to 64 F
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