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- 3° L
- All Grain
- 5.5 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 32 IBU
- 4.9 % ABV
Batch Size (gal) 5.5 Grain Bill (lbs.) 10 Boil Time (hrs.) 1 Trub Loss (gal.) .5 Equipment Loss (gal.) 1 Mash Thickness (qts/lb.) 1.5 Grain Temperature (deg.) 70 Target Mash Temperature (deg.) 153 Constants Wort Shrinkage (pct) 4 Grain Absorption Constant (gal/lb) 0.13 Percent Boiloff per Hour (pct/hr) 10 Results Total Water Needed (gal.) 9.24 Mash Water Needed (gal.) 3.75 Sparge Water Needed (gal.) 5.49 Strike Temperature (deg.) 164.07 Pre-Boil Wort Produced (gal.) 6.94
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