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

Hello Bedaro, Welcome to the forum! If you drink half as much beer as I do, payoff will be a lot quicker than that! :drink: I would recommend buying the Brewing Classic Styles book. Very high quality recipes and we know very well how to scale them using our BIABacus Excel file. Let us know if there ...

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

Hey Miles, There is nothing you HAVE to do...but I think you will find it a benefit if you do fill these other sections out. Let me give you a quick sketch of what these extra sections do... Mad_Scientist gave you some recommended temperatures for mashing, perhaps came from the book you got your rec...

Re: Value!

Hi Steamer, I'll try to take a closer look tomorrow.

One thing I saw is the OG - how displayed - looks different. So discrepancy may be in that field somehow...

Also, if not changing the OG you don't have to put anything in the "what I will use" field.

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

Hi Miles, Let me take a quick stab at this and try to help... 1) Good job doing the BIABacus. It gets easy quick and works really well. That's the good news. It is all on one page, and at first glance it can look overwhelming, but don't worry... 2) When you are putting in gravities, decimal has to b...

Re: If You Are Having Strange Problems Registering or Logging In

Hey Pat, Is it only not working with Google Chrome...? If that is the case, could post a warning that use of Google Chrome as an internet browser will not enable user to fill out forms, etc. I don't know. It's probably way more than that... It's really too bad to have done all that work last year, a...

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

Welcome Dave, and Thank You for your service!!! :salute: I took a similar brewing path, 3 years and about 35 brews ago (so far). Decided, why not try this BIAB thing, looks simpler with less equipment. It works great and you will be very happy... Let me know if there is there are any questions, or i...

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

Okay Richard. Actually a great idea is to use the BCS book (Brewing Classic Styles, by Jamil Z and John Palmer) as a guide for their recipes. We know how to scale their recipes easily for BIAB and their recipes are all of high quality. Likely much better final brews doing that than doing SMaSH brews...

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

Welcome to the site, Richard! Let us know what questions you have. Would recommend using the BIABacus file. And you will want to read the CBT - Clear Brewing Terminology page as well. My wife does not like the smells of beer being brewed, so I envy you there... ;) Oh well, she has no problem with me...

Re: Whirlpooling Tool --- New England IPA Hop Additions

PistolPatch and Mad_Scientist (along with anyone else interested in hopping...), I've done a bunch of testing over the past couple months and learned some interesting things. Wanted to pass this along... The help from you both on this has been great. I've achieved "a higher level of enlightenment......

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

Sam and Klutus, Welcome to the forum! Let us know what questions you have. Sam - there are lots of recipes on the site but I normally adjust off the Brewing Classic Styles book. Easy to adjust through our BIABacus excel file. Klatus - I traveled a similar journey as you on the beginning many years b...

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

Hello crffl, and welcome to the forum! Interesting to hear about your brewing perspective. No doubt is way different for those of you in the very hot climates... And sounds as though you have what I call, "a beer emergency"... :argh: Better get to work. ;) Again, welcome. Let us know if there are an...

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