Getting back on the horse Belgian Blonde

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Getting back on the horse Belgian Blonde

Post by Lumpy5oh » 11 months ago

It has been about 18 months since my last confession (brewday). I feel like I am starting from square 1 again.
I am brewing a belgian blonde and planning on using the yeast cake to brew a belgian golden strong in a couple weeks. The blonde recipe is based on a BYO Jamil recipe. The original is a 7%Abv recipe with hallertau hops and mine will be 5% with styrian goldings (celia). The recipe calls for sugar to be added to the boil and I am not sure if I entered it correctly in the biabacus. 
Any help is appreciated. I am so itching to get brewing again!
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Re: Getting back on the horse Belgian Blonde

Post by Mad_Scientist » 11 months ago

Enter .1 for moisture content (MC).  That will get you to 46ppg.

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Re: Getting back on the horse Belgian Blonde

Post by Lumpy5oh » 11 months ago

Awesome thanks MS. Where do you find what it should be?
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Re: Getting back on the horse Belgian Blonde

Post by Lumpy5oh » 11 months ago

Well I'm going to try again next weekend.  :angry:
I started getting everything ready to brew. First off I didn't leave enough room to really get at my hose attachment so I  had some leakage but was going to press on anyways. When it came time to crush my grains I couldn't find my drill attachment for my corona mill. I ran out to the hardware store and pick another one up. 4lbs into grinding my mill broke bringing an end to my brewday. 
Luckily I did alright at Christmas and my new roller mill should be here by Friday so I can try again. 
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