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Posted in thread: BIAB methods and efficiency on 06-30-2014 at 02:09 PM
I double-crush the grain, stir it in very well, cover the pot with a sleeping bag and don't
touch it for the hour. I typically lose 1-2 degrees and get 80--85% efficiency.
Posted in thread: BIAB methods and efficiency on 06-04-2014 at 04:43 PM
Sorry, I wasn't clear--I understanding what double crushing is, but I was pointing out that it
can be ambiguous. Not all double-crushes end up with the same results. It depends on the mill
and it's se...
Posted in thread: BIAB methods and efficiency on 06-02-2014 at 03:50 PM
What does 'double-crush' mean? At what gap setting?I think it's a mistake to publish numbers
that appear to be predictions when there is no data to back them up. The best advice for every
brewer is to...
Posted in thread: So, In Theory on 06-02-2014 at 03:46 PM
The myth that BIAB is less efficient is slowly dying a well-deserved death. It's not just 'in
theory', but in practice that you can make beer every bit as good as with old-school 3-tier
Posted in thread: Amarillo v. Centennial Hops on 03-31-2014 at 03:13 PM
This was a 5g batch?
Posted in thread: I tried Pliny the Younger on 03-19-2014 at 08:46 PM
Whenever a person spends way more resources (money, time or effort) than they should have, they
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Posted in thread: Negatives of BIAB? on 02-26-2014 at 02:44 PM
As far as I can tell, there are no negatives to the process itself: It's every bit as efficient
(or more) than old-school AG systems, the beer is just as clear, there is no difference in
Posted in thread: Brew In A Bag - Make AWESOME All-Grain Beer At Home book on amazon on 02-21-2014 at 09:02 PM
Your question isn't really related to BIAB, but rather to all-grain brewing in general. The
answer is you should be close, depending on the efficiency of your system. You can over-shoot
as well as und...
Posted in thread: First time BIAB - terrible efficiency. What did I do wrong? on 02-05-2014 at 09:53 PM
Traditional BIAB is full volume, no sparge... low efficiency but nice, first running wort. .But
traditional BIAB (full volume, no sparge) doesn't result in low efficiency.
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