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Old 11-17-2011, 04:50 AM   #1
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Default Video me and the kid did of All grain Batch

Me and the kid on a whim recorded us making a beer its gonna get re shot since it was on a whim.... kinda a howto from a total noob haha

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Old 11-17-2011, 07:30 PM   #2
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shouldnt you have a seahawks hat on??

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Old 11-17-2011, 09:29 PM   #3
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Good job! I've always called Perle - Pearl hops. Another thing I like to do, especially since I am outside, is when I put my strike water into the MLT, I put the top on and let the cooler absorb some of the heat. Then I will add my grain and get to my mash temp.

Good to see another SW Washington brewer representing!

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Another thing I like to do, especially since I am outside, is when I put my strike water into the MLT, I put the top on and let the cooler absorb some of the heat. Then I will add my grain and get to my mash temp.
I do the same thing, just to reduce the amount of heat-loss during the 60min mash. Say the strike temp is 170, I will preheat the water a little higher, say 180, then put the water in the MLT, close the lid, then wait 10-15 minutes. The water then comes down to 170, I mash in, and I don't even lose a 1 degree throughout the mash.

Nice Job. I just brewed up this recipe, too.. What type of efficiency did you get ?
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Old 11-17-2011, 10:50 PM   #5
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Great Job!!!! I get both my boys involved with the process as well, they really enjoy the science behind making beer.

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Old 11-18-2011, 02:02 AM   #6
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i think jumped to 74% from 70% with my own grainmill so the ABV will be a little higher then anticipated on a side note was it easy to find the other two parts? i figured my efficiency when i over shot my OG when i was done filling my boil kettle i just kept adjusting the efficiency % till it matched my preboil grav

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shouldnt you have a seahawks hat on??
no.. i was born in oregon i picked gb way back in the day...
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Looks like you got something nasty on your cap while you were brewing... Might want to go have it cleaned.

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so the ABV will be a little higher then anticipated
To me, this is NEVER a bad thing :P

I noticed a jump as well in efficiency once I had my own grain mill. I haven't adjusted my recipes for it yet as I am still going for consistency. Once I make a batch a few times and I am hitting the same numbers then I will adjust to my new efficiency.
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Looks like you got something nasty on your cap while you were brewing... Might want to go have it cleaned.
Im not sure im following ya....
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