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Total Water needed for brewing with extract bug

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sagebomb:
"Total water needed" number in "Vols" tab is incorrect. I think because "grain absorption" number was added to it.

Oginme:
First check the recipe type you have stated on the design tab.  It looks like you have marked it as an "all-grain" or "partial mash" recipe, so that the program thinks you are performing some form of mashing.  If this is not the case, then export the recipe as a .bsmx file and post it so we can see how your system is set up.

sagebomb:
The recipe type is "extract". Check this one for example.

Oginme:
You can ignore the 'total water added' as it really only applies to an all-grain recipe.  When you print out the brew steps or with any extract only recipe, you will aim to add a base loading of water, like about 6 liters, add in your extract and then check and adjust your volume to reach 6.56 liters for the boil.  Honestly, I don't know how it comes up with that figure for total water in an extract recipe, but it is really meaningless.

phopkinsiii:
I know that this post is old, but I don't think this 'bug' has been fixed. I understand the workaround of just ignoring the "total water needed" volume for extract brewing, but I'd like to put in my vote to see this fixed.
Otherwise, awesome software!
Thanks.

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