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Old 05-20-2013, 10:26 PM   #21
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any suggestions on the software that does conversions and handles them well.... few beer proggies out there on the interwebs....
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Old 05-22-2013, 04:32 AM   #22
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There is a Brewing Software forum. I would start with the 7 pages in the sticky thread that describe all of the different programs and what they do.
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I think the problem is the limited types of extract. It is like reproducing a complex dish from a good restaurant, using limited ingredients from a small grocery store.

that said, I think some of the brewing software will do those conversions for you to get as close as possible.


BTW, my batch has that band aid home brew taste...pretty disappointing. first time that has happened to me since switching to AG. from what i can find, this particular off flavor is usually caused by Belgian yeast strains and/or bad temp control during fermentation.
i've been under the impression that bandaid/medicine was chlorophenols. you would have to have a chlorine source somewhere. water filter on its way out, unrinsed bleach sanitizer, stuff like that.
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i've been under the impression that bandaid/medicine was chlorophenols. you would have to have a chlorine source somewhere. water filter on its way out, unrinsed bleach sanitizer, stuff like that.
You could def be right but I always seemed to get that off flavor from extract batches, even living in two very different regions.

I will say that this is the first time the flavor subsided over a couple weeks and it turned into a real crowd pleaser.
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1.020 is a heck of a beer!

I'm interested in trying this, is that FG accurate? I really like Delirium for its dryness, I'd imagine this is a total different beast.
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