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Title: Brewing Partial grain in robo brew 3
Post by: bcflyfisherman on December 06, 2018, 10:48:39 AM
Can anyone help me understand the flow of work when making a partial grain recipe with the robobrew.  Before robo I would soak the partial grains in the 75 degree water for 60 minutes.  While doing that I would be boiling the rest of the water with the Liquide malt then add the wort out of the grain.  Do i use the robo to do the first stage of steeping the grain and sparge then add malt.  ???
Title: Re: Brewing Partial grain in robo brew 3
Post by: BOB357 on December 06, 2018, 12:17:03 PM
To duplicate the process with your Robobrew, just follow the same steps. The only thing that changes is the vessel you're steeping and boiling in and the heat source.


Title: Re: Brewing Partial grain in robo brew 3
Post by: bcflyfisherman on December 22, 2018, 07:06:02 PM
Thanks that what I thought and I did.   This my last partial    all grain from now on.