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Thanks at everyone, for the answer! PP, I drop at 9 becouse after reading the book of Mitch Steele "IPA brewing techinques.." I read that Thornbredge make a ferat 18°C for 5 days and then drop the T at 6°C, so I'm tryng to do in this way to see the diference.. so, I have to put 9°C in the section h ...

Yes I use BIABacus and I see that section,
but I notice that I can't use 2 fermenting Temp,
so BIABacus calculate the sugar using only the T in the firsts days of fermentation.

It's right to calculate the priming in this way?

Priming Sugar

Hi folks!

I have to bottle an Amarillo IPA next sunday,
fermdented for 6 days at 18 °C and for 8 days at 9°C.

to calculate the priming sugar what amount of residual CO2 I have to considerate? :think: :scratch:

Thanks!

Joshua, I read in the net what you are saying, and also I read the opposite, saying that with a mash out at 74° for 5 minute you can reach te same OG :/ so, as a new brewerI wont to understand what I'm reading, testing in person. maybe netx time I'll use the same grain bill changing the proportion L...

Hi PP, thanks for the reply,
whan you said :"a very interesting exercise would be to copy your report above in a new post but, in a different colour, write beside each ingredient, why you are including it" did you means that I write in the post above?

tota76, Pardon the Ignorant question, But Why are you holding back 30L from the Mash????? Your kettle can do a Full Volume BIAB because your 21.39 kettle will only have 19.36 Gallon with a Full Mash (or 90.5% fill rate). Hi Joshua, I wont to try to usue less than 3l/kg to have the conversion in les...

Amarillo - Columbus IPA Style: American India Pale Ale ABV: 5,8% Original Gravity (OG): 1,06 IBU's (Tinseth): 50 Bitterness to Gravity Ratio: 0,83 Colour: 12,7 EBC = 6,4 SRM The Grain Bill 84,6% Pale Malt Maris Otter (5,5 EBC = 2,8 SRM) 11000 grams = 24,19 pounds BASE MALT 3,8% Cara Pils (5 EBC = 2,...

Amarillo IPA

Hi folks, after long time whitout brewing, next week I'll brew thi recipe, what do you think about? some advice, something to improve the recipe? thank! Amarillo - Columbus IPA Style: American India Pale Ale ABV: 5,8% Original Gravity (OG): 1,06 IBU's (Tinseth): 50 Bitterness to Gravity Ratio: 0,83 ...

Hi Dave, nice post... today I brew whit FWH, that was my recipe: MEJLOGU BREWERY Northen Brewer - Batch 1 - 04/08/2014 Style: Signle Hop Blond Ale ABV: 4,5 Original Gravity (OG): 1,046 IBU's (Tinseth): 40 Bitterness to Gravity Ratio: 0,87 Colour: 9,3 EBC = 4,7 SRM ettle Efficiency (as in EIB and EAW...

hi DD, thanks for the advice :peace: 80% Pale Malt Maris Otter (5,5 EBC = 2,8 SRM) 7439 grams 16,40 pounds 10% Vienna (6 EBC = 3 SRM) 930 grams 2,05 pounds 8% Cara-Pils/Dextrine (4,5 EBC = 2,3 SRM) 744 grams 1,64 pounds 2% Crystal 60L (118,2 EBC = 60 SRM) 186 grams 0,41 pounds look better now? :drin...

Sardinia Spring 2.0

Hi guys, this sunday I'll brew my second American Pale Ale this was my first, that's a good beer :drink: http://www.biabrewer.info/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2758" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; I want to do a drier and bitter beer with less %ABV so I did this recipe putting less CaraPils an...

Hi Rhick that was at 40IBU could be better this one The Hop Bill (Based on Tinseth Formula) 12,1 IBU Citra Flowers (14,5%AA) 17,6 grams = 0,621 ounces at 60 mins 23,2 IBU Chinook Flowers (13,9%AA) 35,2 grams = 1,241 ounces at 60 mins 6,6 IBU Citra Flowers (14,5%AA) 26,4 grams = 0,931 ounces at 10 mi...

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