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ozdevil

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Gday All

Well the time has come for me to advance to the next level of brewing... Tommorow i am planning to do my first Partial mash...

i am going to be just doing an irish red ale

grumpys irish red ale master brew
1kg pale malt
60 grams of Tassie Goldings ( flowers)
25 grams " " "

I cant do a big partial mash yet as i still have to aquire some of those Tomato suace buckets you often see people use for fishing and i will only be using a small 6-pack easky

cheers
ozdevil
 

johnno

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Good luck with it ozdevil. Just realx about the whole procedure.
I just did another one last Sunday.
I did the small mash in a pot on the stove. What I found out by accident is that if the griller is going underneath it holds the temp at a constant. Mine was at 65-67 for an hour. I had been using the griller earlier and had forgotten to turn it off.

cheers
 

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May the brew gods be with you ozdevil.

Doc
 

wee stu

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go you good thing, but remember -
even in a partial the pot can get
hot
 

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All the best Oz .............. and remember wear a gove on at least one hand :D


Hope you have a great day.


Steve.
 

Batz

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And it is recommended that you remain


AWAKE

during the entire procedure

:lol: :lol: :lol:
 

SteveSA

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NEVER forget - the boiler is hot even after flameout... right Steve? :D
 

chiller

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More so on the bottom .... I'm reliably told.
 

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Well Oz,
Doesnt look like any one is going to let you forget the "HOT HAND HOMEBREW",
Dont let 'em put you off mate, go for it!
Good luck and keep us all posted.
Cheers,
 

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Join the club ozdevil, I just did my first partial last night too. :) It was a bit of a shambles, well not entirely, but there was a lot of room for improvement. Mostly things that will improve with experience I guess, like temperature control and timing. Actually I think the main problem was that I wasn't listening to Led Zeppelin at the time. :lol: I did have a homebrew during the boil though, so I did that right. :chug:

I indeed found out that the boiler gets hot though, good advice. -_-
 

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Good luck oz and may the ale good look after now your have made the first step to goood beer and to the dark side HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
 

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