Grain / Malt Substitution Spreadsheet

Post #1 made 7 years ago
[Admin Note: The following post and spreadsheet was noticed in an obscure section of BIABrewer.info and we thought it deserved a thread of it's own. Shibolet wrote the following...]

This is an excel file I put together. It shows the various malts and their substitutions. I'd love any feedback.
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Last edited by shibolet on 04 Aug 2010, 21:51, edited 10 times in total.
Cube:
fermenter: Sourdough Spelt Ale, Classic Lambic, Oud Brune, Barrel Aged Belgian Dubbel
Kegs: Bob's Black IPA, Blanc Blond, Soda...
to be brewed:

Post #2 made 7 years ago
I like the way it is sorted (by colour, SRM) Shibolet.

Wouldn't it be great if we could get flavours in there as well?
"It's beer Jim, but not as we know it."

Post #3 made 7 years ago
Thanks a heap for posting that up Shibolet. All the different malt names you read gets confusing so this simplifies it a lot.

Is it okay for brewers here to add to your spreadsheet and for you to keep editing your first post above with the latest version? For example would it be okay to add other suppliers or to create a column for SRM where they are missing for a supplier?

Thanks again,
PP
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Post #6 made 7 years ago
still waiting for feedback on the contents of the file.
Cube:
fermenter: Sourdough Spelt Ale, Classic Lambic, Oud Brune, Barrel Aged Belgian Dubbel
Kegs: Bob's Black IPA, Blanc Blond, Soda...
to be brewed:

Post #7 made 7 years ago
I might be able to add some other malts at some stage shibolet but at the moment I have a new keyboard that is playing up (will return it tomorrow if I get a chance) and a severe lack of time :). As for feedback, I think the main thing now would be for all of us to try and fill in any blanks.

I do see a problem, in that as more company malts are added, it will get harder to read. Not sure what the answer to that is.

Good on you,
PP
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Post #8 made 7 years ago
Very cool. Just found this

I've been meaning to collect these details... and now I don't have to :)

Thanks Shibolet :)
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