Brew profiles

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Brew profiles

Unread postby Popeye » Tue Nov 25, 2014 5:14 am

Hello - I have so far made 27 brews with the BM. I have had help from more experienced home brewers in doing recipes etc.
I have taken up some apps too - Brewers friend, I brew, and looked at others.
Recipes and profiles of mashing have data collected for calculations.
Maybe a silly question, but is the BM profile a temp brew? An infusion brew? Etc etc
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Re: Brew profiles

Unread postby Tipsy » Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:27 pm

Popeye wrote:Maybe a silly question, but is the BM profile a temp brew? An infusion brew? Etc etc

No such things as silly questions.. It's temp. Infusions is where you add hotter water to raise the mash temp.
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Re: Brew profiles

Unread postby Lylo » Mon Dec 01, 2014 2:25 am

As I understand the two methods, it seems that many of us are doing one or the other. An infusion mash would involve calculating the room temps of your grains and heating the hot liquor to a temp that would come down to your rest temps after dough in. A temp mash would involve coughing in at a lower temp Ann ramping up to your desired rest temps. I hope that makes sense.
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