Author Topic: Voyager Craft Malts not contributing to gravity calculation? (in Beersmith3)  (Read 1596 times)

Offline MrWibble

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Hi,

I downloaded the BSMX definition of the Voyager Craft Malt range from their website - http://www.voyagercraftmalt.com.au/download.php?file=http://www.voyagercraftmalt.com.au/downloads/Voyager-Craft-Malt-BEERSMITH-DATA-2018.bsmx

I managed to import them OK (I think), as they show up in my list of ingredients now.

However, when I choose say, "Veloria Schooner" (et.al.) it adds the ingredient entry for it OK, but the Estimated Original Gravity meter does not change.   I checked the [Edit Details] section, and every field seems to be filled, including both the Potential and Yield fields.

So I'm at a bit of a loss to work out why this is not calculating properly.  If I add another standard entry (e.g. "Table Sugar"), that gives an immediate effect to the calculations, as expected.

Any ideas?

EDIT:  Doh!  The BH Efficiency somehow became 0% - that fixed it.
« Last Edit: August 20, 2018, 06:57:48 PM by MrWibble »

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EDIT:  Doh!  The BH Efficiency somehow became 0% - that fixed it.

Glad it worked out!
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