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View Poll Results: What is your mash grain/water ratio?
1 qt per lbs 8 27.59%
1.25 qt per lbs 4 13.79%
1.33 qt per lbs 3 10.34%
1.5 qt per lbs 3 10.34%
2 qt per lbs 0 0%
It depends on the method (single step/mash-out, etc...) 9 31.03%
continuous mash 0 0%
i use some wierdo decoction ratio 0 0%
50/50 0 0%
Ralph Nader 2 6.90%
Voters: 29. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 07-08-2006, 03:55 PM   #11
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Flat Rock Mich.
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I'm with Brewhead, I just do it till it looks and feels right, I tend not to get too technical, it takes the fun and the art out of it.....I make good beer and that is what counts, ok, good beer is what I can drink and keep a straight face
whern I offer it to a friend.
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Old 07-08-2006, 04:08 PM   #12
Bernie Brewer
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Eldorado, WI
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I used to do about 1 qt per pound, now I do whatever Beersmith tells me to do. It may be cheating, but it's a lot less to think about.
I like to squeeze the nickle until the buffalo craps-mt rob

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