:thumbs: you and the team have done some great work Pat. Starting out 1.5 years ago straight into all grain biab with limited experience brewing with a neighbor 10 years prior. This site and the members have provided a wealth of knowledge for me and I've been able to make some great beers using the ...
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... On deck is; - 10G VIF of 1.077 OG black rye imperial IPA (think FSW Wookie Jack). - 11G VIF of my town famous 1.06 OG porter. Seriously, I don't even like porter that much and I seem to be making this every time. Folks around me really are connecting with it, so I will keep making it. The tweak...
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I use a printed out copy also for simplicity but would like to make changes and entries as I go if possible. WLP? Is it available on Mac? Thinking about buying MS office for Mac
Same here, quite frustrating as I have to work on recipes on my work computer (Excel) then print out the recipe since I can't open it up at home. Hopefully it will be fixed soon in LibreOffice Thanks for letting us know Jay. I just opened in the PC version 184.108.40.206 which is up to date. I've been work...
thanks for posting, it came out great tasting. already brewed this again with late additions of Citra hops to make it a hoppier wheat. it's sitting in the keezer now carbing up. I'll have to try that Snidey Weiss next maybe
Never mind I found some info here. http://www.biabrewer.info/viewtopic.php?f=152&t=2915
Brew evening went fairly well for this first timer I think. Once I figured out that the first propane tank I grabbed must have a bad fitting allowing very low gas feed and switched tanks the heating up got under way. IMG_1510.JPG IMG_1509.JPG The only issue I had was trying to simmer at mash temp so...
image.jpeg First time and I jumped in all the way. Big grain, yeast starter, learning fast. The recipe I thank Rick and friends for looking and correcting. WLP002 on the stir plate 12 hours before it flocculated. It had me a bit worried when I woke up and 10 hours later nothing had happened. Intern...
I love this, my OCD is overrun with what to do. Ok, WLP002 yeast requires how many cells to make this brew awesome? I was planning on this step later as I had hoped to use either dry or WYeast packs first but, boom!, here I arrive. I'm pretty technical in nature so this will only propel my first bre...
thanks for posting that link Rick, I'm going to change to the hops listed in that recipe. I had Cascade available and on beersmith it was listed as a substitute. I'll save them for a single hop brew later.
for starters I'm working off a Beer Smith Wookey Jack clone. I put all the information :I think: correctly into the BIABacus. The starting point of water in brew kettle is SWN correct? then how does TWN figure into the equation and does it matter? I'm not planning on any scaling either or should I h...
I brewed my last beer 11 years ago with my neighbor who was a master brewer. Little did I know we were actually full grain BIABrewing. Now I've got the bug, bought the equipment, and I'm ready to brew my first solo attempt. I'm going all grain for my first batch, IPA - my favorite. I'm overwhelmed b...
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