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Title: Formulating a Partigyle in Beersmith
Post by: JAlonz0 on December 20, 2016, 12:49:48 PM
How should I go about developing a partigyle brew with BIAB in beersmith?  Does anyone else do this?  I was thinking reiterated mashing with a 3rd running and throwing some fresh base at a batch sparged brew. 
Title: Re: Formulating a Partigyle in Beersmith
Post by: dspitzer on May 10, 2017, 08:28:36 AM
Bumping up....I'd also be interested in hearing how anyone else was using BeerSmith for this.
Title: Re: Formulating a Partigyle in Beersmith
Post by: KipDM on January 01, 2018, 05:43:14 PM
I personally did a form of partigyle brew but did not set up a profile for it.
What I did was assume 75% usage [meaning I counted my grains for the second batch as 25%, by weight, compared to the first brew. I found this to be a bit too high, it's probably more like 1/8 (12.5%) but have not had the chance to attempt again yet.

I also plan on doing a partigyle where I brew initial beer and for the second run I add in 1-2# base malts and use pH stabilizer to get me in range for conversion. You can also choose to add some amylase enzyme too.

When/if I ever get this done I'll post here or in a new thread.