Does this recipe have integrity? Can I copy it?

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Re: Does this recipe have integrity? Can I copy it?

Post by caero » 9 months ago

Sooo first no-chill BIAB coming up soon and want to try out the following recipe but is it scalable? It's in Danish but I think brewing language is universal (Kogevolumen = volume before boil).

Also any no chill recommendations regarding the hop additions and the Chipotle?
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Re: Does this recipe have integrity? Can I copy it?

Post by Mad_Scientist » 9 months ago

It would be best to enter that data into BIABacus next to see if it matches up okay.  

If you use a hop sock(s) and pull before draining wort into a no chill, then there is nothing extra to consider hopwise.


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Re: Does this recipe have integrity? Can I copy it?

Post by caero » 9 months ago

Thanks a lot for the help so far. Will update the biabacus and see if it makes sense. Seemingly the recipes in this book are nearly on par integrity wise compared to brewing classic beer styles 

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