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2 years 6 days ago #3009 by Johno
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yep. It says it does not recogmise it. Other recipes that have come from beersmith cload work fine but the type of file is beersmith2 not .bsmx. Maybe you could put it on the beermith cloud?
Not a big issue just wondering whats going on

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2 years 6 days ago #3010 by Gash
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1 year 11 months ago #3025 by Beef
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Hey mate, I opened it in beersmith2, using the open button, thought I'd let you know, cheers

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1 year 11 months ago #3026 by Gash
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ahh good stuff, cheers mate!

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1 year 11 months ago #3050 by Cherry1
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So I brewed this recipe. To be honest it did not last very long after carbonation.:cheer:
Got 600gms of flaked oats left so will be doing it again in the near future.
Thanks for the recipe Gash...

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1 year 9 months ago #3216 by Cherry1
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As noted in my post above, I enjoyed the extract version and fancied doing an all grain.
Watched Brad Smith's podcast with Randy Mosher on NEIPA's. Randy was talking about using up to 50% adjuncts, using pils, vienna, carapils and light caramel malt and aiming for an EBC of <7. Many hop varieties were mentioned, but a tiny amount of bittering hops (10g) with dry hopping on day 2 and 5. Based on this, me being an expert brewer, ha ha, I plan to do the following:
3.7kg Pale Malt (got heaps of it and cant be bothered buying Pils)
1.15kg Flaked Oats (750g packet plus what I have leftover, technical decision)
0.7kg Carapils (leftover from Pilsner brew)
0.4kg Vienna (leftover from Pilsner brew)
10g Citra 60min
20g each Citra, Galaxy, Mosaic end of boil
10g each of Citra, Galaxy, Mosaic dry hop after 2 days
20g each of Citra, Galaxy, Mosaic dry hop after 5 days
Hits most of the targets Randy mentioned apart from the EBC.
The fun part of homebrewing is trying different things. Any thoughts.
cheers
Chris

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1 year 9 months ago #3217 by Gash
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That looks pretty tasty!

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1 year 9 months ago #3218 by Cherry1
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Will see how it goes on Saturday.

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1 year 9 months ago #3220 by Finnroo
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Yes that recipie does look good. I brewed a NEIPA with johno up north. The results were quite good except the finish was very dry and a little too bitter. I didnt use cryatal malts and i couldnt understand how people were nt using crystal but still got a juicy finish without being dry. With Gashes coopers NEIPA remember the kit would have had some crystal and he also added I think from memory 100g of crystal. When i brewed mine I did add a teaspoon of gypsum (calcium sulphate) and the sulphate imparts a dry and enharnced bitterness further enharnced by not adding crystal If i was to brew it again i wouldnt use gypsum but would instead add a teaspoon of Calcium Chloride to push the finish the other way and avoid that dry bitterness and make it more juicy. Water adjustment can be a tricky thing when starting out so do a bit of research. I found this so check out the chemistry adjustment. It doesnt have to be too complicated just note the CaCl2 and compare with your water supply from your council web site.
www.clawhammersupply.com/blogs/moonshine...ew-england-ipa-neipa
I hope i hav nt confused you if i have then just go with what you know and see how it turns out.
cheers and goodluck

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1 year 9 months ago - 1 year 9 months ago #3221 by Finnroo
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heres a good read that Gash posted for a question I had regarding this topic
www.cellardweller.net/index.php/en/forum...mometer?limitstart=0
its toward the end of the post. cheers mate
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Gash - Sat 15 Feb - 18:24

fairly hard Bill.. ummm I'll have a think

qldbrewbill's Avatar qldbrewbill - Thu 13 Feb - 00:40

Has anyone have a low carb recipe that tastes good.

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Mon 27 Jan - 18:44

Brew day tomorrow should be awesome. A dark beer at 4%cheers all. :D

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 21 Jan - 07:47

Or click on the tab that says All Grain Brewing thats found under the web site banner cheers mate.

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 21 Jan - 07:38

Here you go Richie richhttp://www.cellardweller.net/index.php/en/all-grain-brewing/all-grain-recipesCheers. Underneath the Web site banner.

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