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

Jeremy, appreciate you letting us know the result :salute: I'd expect your buddy to be a bit lower than your result as a bag drains a lot better than a mash tun and you would, with your mash steps, have gained a bit more extraction as well. So, assuming you boiled in identical kettles (had the same ...

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

Thanks MS - I had the 'B' for 'Boil Only' on my first draft before I realised I was using the wrong link and then on my second draft, the one I uploaded, not only forgot to add that but also to correct the faulty link that Jeremy has now corrected :P. Jeremy, re your spacer question: With the spacer...

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

Hi Jeremy, Firstly, nice job on your file ;). Like most recipes you stumble across, the one you are copying lacks important information however there is enough there to work with so that's fine - more on this in Sections C and D below. Assuming you want to duplicate the original recipe given in the ...

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

Oops! Looks like we've let this thread slide on the last few questions :idiot: I'll come back to you later today Jeremy . Whipsips and Mr Clarke , sorry you didn't get an answer here. Did you get yourselves sorted? Homebrewjp : Amazing effort. I wonder what the update I was speaking about was? Got a...

Re: craft master keg cleaner

ShorePoints always writes excellent posts :thumbs:. Only thing I'll add, for newer readers, is that the final step in any cleaning/sanitisation process should be a "no-rinse" sanitiser. So, time, temperature, agitation and chemicals that act as wetting agents, usually alkalines, all assist cleaning ...

Re: Tasting a 115 Year-Old Beer (That is not a typo)

Sorry I haven't written the following details sooner - one of those weeks :interesting: History of 1902 King's Ale (Bass Barley Wine) "A lead sealed and original English pint of 1902 Bass King's Ale. This famous brew is a batch of Bass No. 1 which was started by Edward VII during a visit to the brew...

Re: chilling in a freezer

Sorry you've been waiting for a reply for so long mick. Probably one of those times when everyone is busy and, I know the site is having problems with email notifications. Hopefully you will be notified of my reply? Your question is a bit hard to answer. It's not badly written or anything. In fact, ...

Re: Petri Dishes

Hi Philip, Short on time atm so haven't logged in for a bit. Only threads I'm going to read today are unanswered ones so, you are one of the two. Also, at time of writing, some members will not be getting Topic Reply Notifications via email so not sure if you will even see this? Okay, I reckon your ...

Re: Birthday Cheers

"IT Extraordinaire" :lol: Wish I was, then might be able to work out how to stop Google and Microsoft constantly blocking our topic reply notifications :) Busy few weeks coming up earning money so we can continue giving it to Microsoft, Google, phpBB etc - lol! Or, hold on, maybe, we stop the cycle ...

Re: Hopstand

(Hi, Pat! :peace: ) Hi to you Dave! Nice to see you back :salute: Sorry Dave, I thought I had actually already written here already. Must have pressed a wrong button or something :smoke: [NOTE: For those of you who don't know, Dave helped out behind the scenes on BIABacus stuff in the past. I alway...

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