BIAB double bag. next time use 1 bag
milled grains to 0.38" double mill next time to improve mash efficiency
Mash efficiency only 57% way down from last brew.
Next time decrease batch size to 2.5 gallons
BIAB double bagged
Milled grain to 0.30"
No Sparge method
60 min mash, started at 150f dropped as low as 146f re heated and ended at 148f
mash out at 170f for 10mins
Boil an add hops as per recipe
flame out, weight 10 mins to cool
11 minutes to chill to 70f, let it sit for 30 mins to settle out trub
BIAB - no sparge
0.39" mill (x2)
Used the Maui cooler to maintain Mash temp, work very well.....152-154 average
Mash out at 170 for 10 mins
pre-boil gravity is very high....???
post boil seems ok
Fermented in the Juice jar. only able to rack 5 liters. Carbination might be too high
BIAB brew with no spare.
0.40 grian mill
Started with 1.85 gallons of water, strike water was 5 degrees too hot, I left the lid off to cool the mash to 152 before starting timer.
Next time adjust mash thickness to remove the need to sparge.
Hard time keeping mash at 150, heated up a couple of time, some hot spots in Mash.
Sparge water heated to 170 F, soak Beer bag in sparge water for 10 mins, (no particals in Wort...looks really clean) before cooling
Very cloudy in the fermenter after pitching yeast, hopefully it settles out.
OG was 0.005 points less than it should have been but the recipe still looks good compared to the rating scale.
1.016 FG = 6.2% ABV
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