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Old 12-15-2012, 01:12 AM   #111
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I have to ammend things, i have a great feeling about skilled recipe design my issue was simply (pun) the recipes that get down to minut numbers and measurements when it obvioius that a rounding could take place with no depreciable change occuring...!

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Old 12-15-2012, 01:15 AM   #112
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I have to ammend things, i have a great feeling about skilled recipe design my issue was simply (pun) the recipes that get down to minut numbers and measurements when it obvioius that a rounding could take place with no depreciable change occuring...!
Hahaha. You made me laugh, and I thank you for that.

Ok, you're allowed to come to the Yooper brewday (in June or July) and drink my beer and brew with me. You can be in charge of the gram scale, and weight everything to the nearest .1 gram, please!
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:18 AM   #113
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You can be in charge of the gram scale, and weight everything to the nearest .1 gram, please!
grains to the nearest .1 gram
hops to the nearest .01 gram
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Old 12-15-2012, 12:54 PM   #114
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Agreed, 100%! I don't understand why people thinking adding hops at more than 2 different times in the boil is difficult. What are people doing during their boils that makes it so hard? Wrestling gators? Pruning bonzai plants? Monitoring nuclear reactors?

When I'm brewing, the most I might do during a boil is refill my glass of beer or maybe have a conversation with the people hanging around watching/helping me brew. The more there is to do, the more entertaining it is for others, and the more fun the brew day is for everybody.
I find that the boil time is best spent developing new vaccines and working on new animal husbandry techniques for third world countries.
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:16 PM   #115
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