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Ha! I was wondering whether you had any affiliation with the Nikobrew shop .. I just figured a coincidence ;) Anyway, I guess you have to see yourself about that pdf ;) Yup I'm niko of nikobrew.com :) I don't sell grain online though, too much $ to ship, though I get bags of it in for my local peeps.

Well, if you use BeerSmith, you can download some bsm files which contain the general numbers for Weyermann. http://www.beersmith.com/support.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; (right side on the page) Usually the numbers vary between seasons tho, and the best place to get the actua...

I find it best to use the numbers supplied by the malt manufacturer to get accurate numbers for my efficiency (I put them all in my brewing program). That's what I was trying to do but for some reason I can't find the numbers for weyermann munich :( Did you find that anywhere? Even on weyemermann's...

Well, according to some rough calculations, 100% efficiency is: ( 7 * 33 ) / 4 = 57.75 ==> OG of 1.058 You got OG of 1.048 which means: 48 / 58 = 82.7% efficiency http://hbd.org/uchima/tech/efficiency.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; I assume you get 33 points per lb per gallon f...

Niko, did you ferment in the cornie? i really recommend re hydrating the dry yeast. let us know how the bee turns out. BTW, the link to the recipe seems to be broken, can you re post it? I did not rehydrate, fermenting in the cornie, and I think there's something wrong with the recipe site now but ...

Niko, did you ferment in the cornie? i really recommend re hydrating the dry yeast. let us know how the bee turns out. BTW, the link to the recipe seems to be broken, can you re post it? I did not rehydrate, fermenting in the cornie, and I think there's something wrong with the recipe site now but ...

I just started using fermcap two brews ago and it's great. I used to always have to worry about boilover especially when I'd add a bunch of hops. Since I'm trying to maximize by kettlespace now with BIAB it allows me to use my turkey fryer pot with 3gal(ish) brews.

Timewise it was about the same. Next time I also won't use as many pieces of equipment (dishes lol) as I got a colander out to try to drain some extra wort out of the bag of grain, got a tiiiny amount hardly worth the time. All in all it was great. I don't foresee using BIAB for larger volumes than ...

Well, according to some rough calculations, 100% efficiency is: ( 7 * 33 ) / 4 = 57.75 ==> OG of 1.058 You got OG of 1.048 which means: 48 / 58 = 82.7% efficiency http://hbd.org/uchima/tech/efficiency.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; I assume you get 33 points per lb per gallon f...

So the boil just started I've got about 4 gal and only 12 plato :( That's like 54% efficiency :( The grain bag is draining over a colander now in another pot, and I'm heating up some water to pour through it. Yes I know this is technically sparging, I'm not married to any method I just want to see i...

Oh and as for mash times I'll just do the full 90 I don't have a good way of getting a read during the mash as anything I read will be the wort right next to the grain as this kettle doesn't have a valve on it to draw from. Whateva, its all good :P

Howdy Niko... I love seeing "live" posts :). Read this thread now! Keep us posted ;) , PP I'd read that thread but I'm too busy relaxing lol. Actually I'm wearing a wireless baby monitor and after stirring the mash and killing the flame I came inside to find out the monitor wasn't on the right sett...

It's 40 degrees F out right now and trying to keep mash temp in the range is difficult without heat, so I've got the burner on low which is working well. I have my old mlt made from a cooler as the lid of my kettle :P Usin a 7 1/2 gallon aluminum turkey fryer pot. I just read that I need to keep sti...

If you are worried about the space needed, take a look at the Green Bay Rackers calculator page . To be more specific, you should take a look at the 'Can I mash it?' calculator. The calculator needs the total weight of the grain bill and the mash thickness. Given that you need 3 gallons post boil, ...

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