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Old 04-23-2011, 10:57 PM   #11
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All calcualators aside, a simple rule of thumb I use when doing a double batch sparge, is to simply measure the wort needed to make your pre-boil volume after the first batch sparge, simply use that amount as your final sparge and you will be very close to your pre-boil volume that you wanted. Simply put, your final sparge is the one that will put you where you need to be.

ps: the above works well as a failsafe check if something went wrong.

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