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Old 07-18-2010, 03:07 PM   #1
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Doing my first AG today! Yay!

Im trying to put in the ingredients to beer smith and I'm not sure what the barley that I am using is labeled under. I am using Rahr 2-row pale and Belgian Caramel Pils. Anyone know what these are labeled under in the ingredients screen?


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Old 07-18-2010, 03:17 PM   #2
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Here's what I have for rahr 2-row. I may have input it myself. Check values carefully before using.

Code:
Name: Pale Malt, 2-Row
Type: Grain
Origin: Rahr Malting
Supplier: 

Yield: 69.57 %
Potential: 1.032
Color: 1.9 SRM
Max in Batch: 100.00 %
Moisture: 4.10 %
Protein: 11.70 %
Coarse Fine Difference: 1.50 %
Diastatic Power: 120.0 %

Recommend Mash: TRUE
Inventory: 0.0 oz
Notes: Rahr Premium 2-Row pale Malt

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Here it is in BeerXML.
Code:
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?> 
- <!--  BeerXML Format - Generated by BeerSmith  - see www.beersmith.com 
  --> 
- <FERMENTABLES>
- <FERMENTABLE>
  <NAME>Pale Malt, 2-Row</NAME> 
  <VERSION>1</VERSION> 
  <TYPE>Grain</TYPE> 
  <AMOUNT>0.000000</AMOUNT> 
  <YIELD>69.57</YIELD> 
  <COLOR>1.9</COLOR> 
  <ADD_AFTER_BOIL>FALSE</ADD_AFTER_BOIL> 
  <ORIGIN>Rahr Malting</ORIGIN> 
  <SUPPLIER /> 
  <NOTES>Rahr Premium 2-Row pale Malt</NOTES> 
  <COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF> 
  <MOISTURE>4.10</MOISTURE> 
  <DIASTATIC_POWER>120.0</DIASTATIC_POWER> 
  <PROTEIN>11.70</PROTEIN> 
  <MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH> 
  <RECOMMEND_MASH>TRUE</RECOMMEND_MASH> 
  <IBU_GAL_PER_LB>0.000</IBU_GAL_PER_LB> 
  <DISPLAY_AMOUNT>0.0 oz</DISPLAY_AMOUNT> 
  <INVENTORY>0.0 oz</INVENTORY> 
  <POTENTIAL>1.032</POTENTIAL> 
  <DISPLAY_COLOR>1.9 SRM</DISPLAY_COLOR> 
  <EXTRACT_SUBSTITUTE /> 
  </FERMENTABLE>
  </FERMENTABLES>
As for the Belgian Caramel Pils, beats me. You could make a new ingredient based on the Belgian Pils, tweak the SRM to whatever the grain analysis says, and use that.



 
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Old 07-18-2010, 03:29 PM   #3
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The 2 row is "Pale Malt (2 Row) US."

For the Belgian Caramel Pils, go here to import Dingeman's Malts, and drag Cara 8 to your "Grains & Extracts." I am assuming that it is the grain you have, but it is probably close enough nonetheless.

 
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Old 07-18-2010, 05:34 PM   #4
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Got it. Thanks guys!
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