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Sorry, ignore the 'Mash Liquor' entry in the recipe, that was just whacked in by the software. I dont do a sparge, just a full volume mash, and a good squeeze. Shouldn't be a problem as the mash SG should be about the same as my stouts, and IPA's.(1062) The pre-heated water is just for top up's Anyw...

OK here is my plan Pre-heat 20L on stove to mash-in temp Prepare brew kettle as for a 23L batch Mash in, then top up kettle to the brim using the pre-heated water Mash Pre-boil 20L on stove Mash-out Add the pre-boiled water to near the top (leave space for boil-over) Boil, hops Transfer to fermenter...

Ratios are not my strong point Using 'Wortgames Brewery Reckoner', to get to 3.5%ABV at an FG of 1005 I need an OG of 1032. So I figure to keep it easy I would do a 50/50 dilution. So I am guessing I need to brew a 7%ABV batch. So for a FG of 1005 I need an OG of 1058 I am currently using "beer engi...

Going bigger - 60L fermenter

Hi all I picked up a 60L fermenter for $30 (couldn't resist a bargain) and now need to find a use for it. I am thinking of 55L of a light summer ale, OG around 1035 (3.5% - 4%), but my pot is only 50L to the brim. Am i on the right track doing a 27.5L batch at about 1060 then watering down by half i...

I love my Marga Mill, its almost ready to go out of the box, no construction needed. Just requires (once only) a small modification and an adjustment, and make up an outlet chute from a disposable foil roasting pan. no need for a drill, only takes 10 min of low effort hand cranking to mill 5 Kg grai...

50L Chinese s\s $55 from local Asian supermarket (Kongs Vic Park)

The handle came off the lid, but the handles on the pot are solidly riveted on.

I'm glad I went for 50L, a good 23L stout with 8Kg grain bill just about fills it up, 40L would have been just a bit too small.

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