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Old 04-04-2013, 03:35 PM   #81
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There is a new Sabco BrewMagic forum that just started... Check it out.

http://brewmagiciansforum.com/


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Old 04-05-2013, 01:52 AM   #82
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Appreciate it but there is literally no information on that site.looking for answers please help


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I built my own RIMS that is similar to the sabco. I usually mash in at. 1.5. lbs/gallon. It seems to flow better.
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For mash and sparge?
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I built my own RIMS that is similar to the sabco. I usually mash in at. 1.5. lbs/gallon. It seems to flow better.
WOW, 1.5LBS/GAL is 2.6qt/lb seems to be a pretty thin mash.

I use a 1.3qt/lb ratio for mashing normal grain loads

I use a 1.15qt/lb ratio when I max out my grain load @ 35lbs

As far as sparging I fill the HLT (15gal) and sparge till I get my desired boil volume making sure to check the gravity and ph of the existing wort.

Stop collecting wort when gravity is 1.010 or ph is above 6
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I meant 1.5qts/lbs; I just then spare til I hit my numbers.
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Long Time Brew Magic Owner here, glad to see another Brewmagic forum, so sad that all of the old posts are not accessible, there was a wealth of knowledge there! I just Registered today, be glad to offer any advice I can, miss the old days when the old forum was Rocking!!

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