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Re: BIABacus Pre-Release - Your First Impressions

Pat, I'm rarely on the forum these days because I'm usually doing something elsewhere. Just wanted to say, I've been using your calculator since my very first all grain and haven't used anything since. It's literally the backbone of every BIAB my group and I do. Many, many thanks. Must be close to 1...

My typical cooling from 100'C to 30'c is around 45 minutes. I then stick it in a temperature controlled fridge until 25'C when I pitch. Unless it's a Weiss in which case 17'c. Careful with the lids if you cool by leaving the wort in the boiler overnight. If it creates a vacuum your lid (and boiler) ...

Did you do a starter for the S05? I recently left a package of it open on the counter for about 2 weeks (top secured with a sandwich bag clip) and made a starter with it as I was worried the open air would have made it stale. It went absolutely ballistic after 12hrs - this was on Saturday. My first ...

Nicely stacked though I'd have thought the buckets would be best stacked on top of each, I can see the airlocks being a bit of an issue ;)

I imagine the plastic should be able to cope fairly well even if unbalanced load is applied.

All Grain Badger Clone - Golden Glory (Peach Premium Bitter)

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tips on coconut: Roast 160'C (fan oven) for 4-5m. Use a paper towel to scrunch the oil off the coconut. Do this whilst the coconut is still hot from the oven as the cooler it gets, the less oil you get off it. We used just under 900 grams because the previous finer shredded stuff didn't impart a not...

Kitchen Sink Black IPA

Thoughts on the grain bill? It's a "kitchen sink" IPA so it's what I've got lying around... [center] BIABacus Pre-Release 1.3T RECIPE REPORT [/center] [center]BIAB Recipe Designer, Calculator and Scaler.[/center] [center](Please visit http://www.biabrewer.info" onclick="window.open(this.href);return...

Snidey Weiss - German Wheatbeer

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Shouldn't get a wheatbeer to go clear, they're supposed to be cloudy ;) Did you start at 12'C and raise or just go 18'C? I haven't noticed much of a difference between the two. Haha, yeah, I was really referring to the really thick layer of krausen on top. I pitched at 16C (60F) and let it rise to ...

That looks like an interesting beer! Are you going for a reddish colour with the dark malts? I've done it before but it isn't to style in the traditional sense. I'm also wondering about the 20 minutes at 62 and the longer rest at 71. I would be inclined to swap the times around to make sure it fini...

Belgium Saison

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