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Posted in thread: Belgian Trippel (2006 World Beer Cup Gold Medal: Dragonmead Final Absolution clone) on 10-18-2016 at 05:54 PM
I'd do it all grain biab- you'll thank me later. There is no reason to do traditional AG
anymore (as detailed in Other threads)- traditional all grain is a equivalent of using a flip
phone these days....
Posted in thread: How is this attenuation possible? on 11-13-2015 at 02:47 AM
Yes it can. Did you use any simple sugar?I used some dextrose, yes. But I did use Beersmith and
it didn't anticipate this at all.
Posted in thread: How is this attenuation possible? on 11-12-2015 at 11:54 PM
Well, let's start with the easiest of possibilities -- it's not that low. Have you tried
measuring with your hydrometer? Refrac calculators arent perfect.Next, are you sure the
thermometer is accurate...
Posted in thread: How is this attenuation possible? on 11-12-2015 at 11:45 PM
I made a Belgian IPA with Wyeast 3944.OG was 1.060, I used both a hydrometer and refractometer
and got nearly the same results.FG... I am cold crashing now but I took a sample and the
Posted in thread: Pre-boil vs. post boil gravity. Please help! on 09-06-2015 at 06:58 PM
I am at my wits' end here. This is my second batch using batch sparge after about 20 BIABs. I
was averaging 72% efficiency with BIAB. My first batch sparge mash did not go great. 62%
efficiency. I'll ...
Posted in thread: Let's talk about treating water on 06-05-2015 at 07:40 PM
This Beersmith blog entry today left me kind of frustrated. Brad writes about how adjusting for
pH is different when using BIAB but never really explains why it is any different.I use Bru'n
Water for ...
Posted in thread: A few questions about properly measuring volume on 05-20-2015 at 01:45 PM
Thanks for the discussion.I am fine with "that's just the way everyone does it" answer, because
that's where I wanted to be. My questioning came because I've noticed some people doing BIAB
get higher ...
Posted in thread: A few questions about properly measuring volume on 05-19-2015 at 11:06 PM
Volume into primary would be the 5.5, including trub, unless you leave it behind in kettle.
Volume out of fermenter would be the 5.0 ishSo for the sake of an efficiency calculation, I
should use 5 gal...
Posted in thread: A few questions about properly measuring volume on 05-19-2015 at 08:24 PM
For brew house efficiency, it's supposed to be total wort in fermenter. Wort in the kettle,
hoses, pump, chiller are all losses in your system.So, since I dump everything into the
fermenter, might the...
Posted in thread: A few questions about properly measuring volume on 05-19-2015 at 07:38 PM
I was hoping I could get some feedback on how I take my volume readings.I have a 10Gal kettle
with volume markings on the inside that I put on and are very accurate.I use a 0.08Gal water/lb