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Re: Use this thread to convert recipes to suit your equipment...

Thanks a lot for the tip! I´ll wait until we brew again to keep firing you up with further questions. What suprprises me from the recipe we chose is the adding water during the boiling. Is this a normal procedure? Do people normally do this? What major differences do you think that will be in the ou...

Re: Use this thread to convert recipes to suit your equipment...

Hi there!! I think I´ve read your message like about 10 times and I´ll still read it a few more... heheheh So let´s get to business... Regarding the IBUs & the AA%... I really don´t worry about the Ibu´s, what we want with the next brews and all the help that you´re providing us, is get to choose ou...

Re: Use this thread to convert recipes to suit your equipment...

Awesome PP!! Thanks a lot. I spoke to my dealer and he got the r cope from the clone magazine... I thought it was with BS... anyway, feel free to modify whatever you consider from the recipe... my trust in this guy is decreasing per hours... jejejej Really I’m mesmerized by the different configs tha...

Re: Use this thread to convert recipes to suit your equipment...

Hi Pistol, thanks for the input, in fact, I already had all the data on the Biabacus, even the Coriander and orange (no idea if that was the place, but I also was cross checking with othewr recipes I found through forum. See attached BiaBacus, pretty empty, but getting started :-) Thanks in advance ...

Help! First Time using Biabacus. Belgian Saison

Hi all, as I wrote yesterday on another post, I would like to receive some help for my first batch using the Biabacus, our 8th batch in total, so pretty newbies. Seeing the problems that we´ve had with our prior recipe, I´ve discovered that our problem was that our local dealer was giving us an all ...

Re: My First Post! - Post here to become Fully Registered

@Pinchons: Great to have another member from Europe, thanks for your Valencia oranges :) and congratulations on the brews you've done so far :thumbs: . Also read my last sentences below... Whilst I'm glad to hear the forum came highly recommended, finding the right information is not anywhere near ...

Re: My First Post! - Post here to become Fully Registered

Hi everyone, I share with you my Info :-) Thanks for a wonderful forum, hope to learn a lot with you. 1. Where are you from? - Valencia - Spain 2. How did you stumble across the site? Searching BIAB info on the net 3. What you think of it so far? Amazing - So much content... 4. Have you brewed at al...

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