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Offline merfizle

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How ingredients are organized on brewsheet
« on: June 18, 2011, 06:41:54 PM »
I have a 90 minute boil and clicked to view the brewsheet.  It looks like extracts do not have boil time next to them like hops, etc.  Also, I add ferm-cap as the water heats up.  Usually, ingredients are organized on the brewsheet by time.  To ensure fermcap appears first I put it with a 100 minute boil time so I notice it and don't forget it.  It still is added after all the extracts/grains on the brewsheet. 

Thanks,

Mark
Primary: Lambic base for solera barrel
Kegged: Bavarian Weissbier, N. English brown, Roggenbier

Offline merfizle

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Re: How ingredients are organized on brewsheet
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2011, 06:43:33 PM »
I guess a temporary work-around for me is to change fermcap to a water agent so it appears with my water, campden, etc. 

Mark
Primary: Lambic base for solera barrel
Kegged: Bavarian Weissbier, N. English brown, Roggenbier

 

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