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    Questions RE partial mashing

    Hey Guy. I want to make my brew days easier. After I mash my grains which will be 2.5kgs in total, If I mash and then sparge them, then move into a 2nd container, can I keep this for 3-7 days if sealed in sanitised containers before using in my partial? Main reason I don't have a reason for a...
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    Toast Ale

    I just came across this great environmental initiative Toast Ale - using waste bread to make beer eg from sandwich factories. It's made under licence in several countries now and the recipe is open source. https://www.toastale.com/toast-ale-recipe/ Has anyone had a go? Can anyone suggest why...
  3. NzBrewerMatt

    All Grain Efficiency Very Low - What am I doing wrong

    Hi all Hoping you can help. I'm currently brewing on a three-tier system consisting of 3 56L stainless steel kettles. Unfortunately, I'm getting a really bad efficiency. Yesterday I did a brew and it came out at about 58% efficiency. I did a SMaSH recipe which is below; Batch Size: 23L...
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    BIAB mathematical relationship between mash efficiency and L:G ratio

    Having recently discovered maxiBIAB, it occurs to me that the potential yield of a BIAB system can be expressed in terms of: Pot size in L Grain yield potential in points per kilo per litre Mash efficiency Liquor-to-grist ratio OG required This would yield a number of litres that can be...
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    Massive brewery sale - SS Brewtech, PID, HERMS, Mash tun, kegs etc

    Hi everyone, I am selling off all my brew gear. Struggling for time mixed with other priorities. I have photos of everything taken today, just ask if you need more details. Everything is sold as-is. I can post, but buyer covers all postage costs and I can only post on weekends. Express post...
  6. goatchop41

    Milling directly in to bag for BIAB

    Does anyone do this? If so, how does your efficiency compare to the classic method of doughing in, with the bag already in the mash water? I am looking for ways to save time during my brew days (even a few minutes here and there adds up). I've just read through a thread of HBT about it, but...
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