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Old 04-28-2009, 01:26 AM   #1
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I took 9 lbs Pilsner malt...1/2 lb Munich 10...1/2 lb carpilis...1/4lb honey malt.....and 1/2 lb rice husks...
I got 1.063 for 5 3/8 gal...What is the overall effiency of the brewhouse...The beer thief was very tasty...



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Old 04-28-2009, 01:39 AM   #2
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Beersmith is free for the first 30 days or so.



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Old 04-28-2009, 01:52 AM   #3
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I started checking it out today...It takes me longer to figure this stuff out...
I have a real bad case of ADHD...
Sorry if you think I was asking a question for no reason...
Let me rephrase...Can anyone exept a beer fag answer this question...What's my effiency..?
I know beer fags are much too busy...

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Old 04-28-2009, 01:57 AM   #4
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I started checking it out today...It takes me longer to figure this stuff out...
I have a real bad case of ADHD...
Sorry if you think I was asking a question for no reason...
Let me rephrase...Can anyone exrpt a beer fag answer this question...What's my effiency..?
I know beer fags are much too busy...
no need to be an ahole. Unless im mistaken your looking at upwards of 80 according to promash. Seriously though get a trial of either promash or beersmith. They are indispensable...hes right
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I'm getting about 88% running the number quickly. This chart may help you out:

How to Brew - By John Palmer - Table of Typical Malt Yields

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Old 04-28-2009, 02:00 AM   #6
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I started checking it out today...It takes me longer to figure this stuff out...
I have a real bad case of ADHD...
Sorry if you think I was asking a question for no reason...
Let me rephrase...Can anyone exrpt a beer fag answer this question...What's my effiency..?
I know beer fags are much too busy...
This ain't the way to go to get questions answered. Not anywhere!

ADHD? Sounds more like tourettes syndrome
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And FWIW, I like running some numbers myself, maybe its the engineer in me but blindly plugging in stuff in a calculator doesn't always do it for me. I do use some basic calculators found here:

Mash Calculators

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Thanks alot...I may avg 87% on on back to back AG batches...
But I really have no idea what's going on with most of this stuff... yet!!!
It takes me alot of repeating for things to bust into my long term memory...Then I remember them forever...
Why would a person take the time to explain...FO...I'm busy...Figure it out yourself...
Sounds like there are a few people here who I would not care to share a brew with...
Call yourself any name you are comfortable with...I'm moving on...

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Can anyone exept a beer fag answer this question...What's my effiency..?
I know beer fags are much too busy...
I didn't know liking beer made me gay. I better fire up some show tunes and see what else I've been missing.
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If you have not met a 'beer fag'...Stop by a HBS..
One will be along in a few minutes...

I assume it is like a bus...There is a wierdo on every bus...

If you can't find them...It's you...



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