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  • I brewed my first two batches of all grain beer in fall of 2008. I was getting used to my new set-up, so I had some trouble hitting my OG, but I got close and the yeast seem happy, if not exhuberant and so am I because I'm making beer. My setup consists of two keggles and a ten gallon igloo mash/tun with a steel braid. I got 70% on my first two brews. I am now up to 80%
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  • Posted in thread: Course-weave BIAB Bag? on 05-24-2012 at 07:45 AM
    Also, check out this BIAB Bag maker and HBT forum member if you live in the USA. is now

  • Posted in thread: A BIAB Brewday with lots of pictures on 05-24-2012 at 07:38 AM
    Thanks man! Sure, I bought the bag from Jeff over at Definitely recommend them.Thanks for
    plugging my bags, tknice! I just wanted to point out that brewinabag.weebly.com now points to a
    site about v...

  • Posted in thread: BIAB grain bag on 05-24-2012 at 07:33 AM
    Check this site out. The guy makes bags for BIAB and they are of good quality. They are $35
    dollars including shipping. He takes the measurments of your kettle and walla you have a nice
    brew bag for y...

  • Posted in thread: BIAB..wheres the bag.. on 05-24-2012 at 07:22 AM
    If you want to spend a tad bit more coin, don't like sewing, and have handles.... is no more
    (and links to a site about vacuums)The new name is bagbrewer.com for those interested in
    finding a bag

  • Posted in thread: BIAB thermometer question on 05-12-2012 at 02:02 PM
    Has anyone tried making something to slide over the probe while doing brew in a bag that is
    more rounded on the end and less likely to get caught up in the bag?I've thought of using 1/2
    or 3/4 inch co...

  • Posted in thread: Anyone BIAB? on 05-02-2012 at 01:58 PM
    For those who are interested in a strong, well built bag sewn to the dimensions of their own
    kettle, please have a look at my web site:bagbrewer.comI have made bags for kettles of all
    sizes, from smal...

  • Posted in thread: What can I make in a rush? on 04-29-2012 at 11:15 AM
    I love wyeast 1968 for quick beers. It drops amazingly bright in less than a week. It has a
    nice flavor. You should try your Black IPA. I just brewed a 1.056 ESB and it was crystal clear
    in six days. ...

  • Posted in thread: and another BIAB Efficiency thread... on 04-16-2012 at 01:59 PM
    I should have looked at the recipe... 1.098 is a big beer and I don't think getting a lower
    efficiency should worry you too much. One thing you could try when doing such a big beer is to
    do a dunk spa...

  • Posted in thread: and another BIAB Efficiency thread... on 04-16-2012 at 01:53 PM
    I BIAB and usually get 80% efficiency. I grind my grain at .027" on my mill and use an
    automotive feeler gauge to set the gap. If you are milling at your homebrew shop, they probably
    won't let you re-...

  • Posted in thread: Sheer voile for BIAB Bag on 04-11-2012 at 06:26 AM
    I would wash it by either running it through with non fragrant soap (no stuff with zippers) and
    then boil some water, turn off the burner, add a drop or so of dish soap and let it soak and
    stir with s...

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