Hi Willbrewry. If you are only adding the can and the 1kg of dry malt you don't need to do a boil. The boil is so you can do hops additions.You Also need to boil any wort from steeped grain, to kill any potential nasty's, but in this case would not need to add extract unless you were making hop additions.willbrewry said:I'm going to start brewing a coopers Canadian blonde kit with 1kg of dry malt extract. The spreadsheet tells me to only put in some of that extract into the boil for gravity perposis. If I'm just adding dry malt extract and a can of Canadian, do I have to boil? If so for how long?
Any help would be much appreciated
Can EBC Can IBU Coopers 86 Days Pilsner 55 490 Coopers Bootmaker Pale Ale 130 560 Coopers Brew A IPA 230 830 Coopers Devil's Half Ruby Porter 650 590 Coopers Family Secret Amber Ale 420 500 Coopers Innkeeper's Daughter 90 610 Coopers Preacher's Hefe Wheat 65 340
Has anyone got a copy of the excel spread sheet with the new coopers range added?GibboQLD said:Coopers have added the can EBC/IBU numbers to their online store for the new range. Should be as easy as inserting new rows, copying down the formulas and changing the description / can values:
Can EBC Can IBU
Coopers 86 Days Pilsner 55 490
Coopers Bootmaker Pale Ale 130 560
Coopers Brew A IPA 230 830
Coopers Devil's Half Ruby Porter 650 590
Coopers Family Secret Amber Ale 420 500
Coopers Innkeeper's Daughter 90 610
Coopers Preacher's Hefe Wheat 65 340
ChefKing said:I am just inputting some data for a new brew and I can not find where the tab is for BE1, BE2 & BE3?
You can manually add them to the adjuncts page (after calculating EBC/Potential/Fermentability), but since there are a few niggly bugs in one or two of the formulas, your recipe's FG won't be calculated correctly.Digga said:The brew enhancers are a mix of malt dextrose and maltodextrin so if you input the amount of each ingredient then you will get the desired outcome.
You can bring your saved recipes to the main tab by using the 'Get Recipe' button. Make sure to save anything on the main tab that hasn't been saved yet first by using the 'Save Recipe' button.Fl1pp3r said:This spreadsheet rocks! It makes it very easy to see how close to a style I'm getting, the balance chart is my new best friend.
Is there a way to get your saved recipes to be selectable in the brews tab to auto populate some of the columns?
Once again awesome work, must of taken ages to put this together.