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Offline jgaepi

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2.5g Jubelale Clone - Please review recipe
« on: October 23, 2018, 10:10:35 PM »
Second recipe using Beer Smith. Please help review my recipe again. This time it's a 2.5g Jubelale clone. From what I could find online, I'm really surprised this recipe wouldn't call for any spice additions. Also, this time surprised by the low amount of mash water - and much higher sparge amount. Thanks in advance.

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Re: 2.5g Jubelale Clone - Please review recipe
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2018, 05:26:39 AM »
You have an initial infusion of around 1.26 qts/lb of grain, which is not unusual. You do have complete control over the split of mash infusion versus sparge water by adjusting the amount of water added for initial infusion in your mash profile.  Edit the mash profile and the first mash step.   You can set the total volume of water you want or the water to grain ratio and the program will go by that figure. 
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Re: 2.5g Jubelale Clone - Please review recipe
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2018, 05:02:55 PM »
I'm not saying that I want to change it. It just surprised me. My memory fades but I don't remember having higher sparge water amounts in the past.

You have an initial infusion of around 1.26 qts/lb of grain, which is not unusual. You do have complete control over the split of mash infusion versus sparge water by adjusting the amount of water added for initial infusion in your mash profile.  Edit the mash profile and the first mash step.   You can set the total volume of water you want or the water to grain ratio and the program will go by that figure.

 

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