BM50 LOB setup

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mashy
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Re: BM50 LOB setup

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Good to hear you are having fun.

83% is much more like it.

Brew, grin, drink & grin some more!

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Re: BM50 LOB setup

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rogerh wrote:
Fri Feb 07, 2020 6:08 am
IPA wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:10 pm
With 12.2 kg of grain and a brew length of 47 litres (44 in the fv) the OG in my system would be 1.066. That is significantly higher than 1.051. My efficiency is 83%. Follow my advice about mashing and you will achieve the same.
Hi IPA

Second brew just finished. With attention to good stirring of the grain, no sparge, and after a short drain on the lower pegs, I lifted the pipe out but this time collected the run-off which continued after it was lifted out. I tipped this back into the boil, and my calculations show a tad over 83% mash efficiency. Does this sound about right to you?

60' mash, 60' boil, 11kg grain yielded 51 litres into cubes @ 1.050

Thanks for your help.
Thats about right. Here is the link for Graham's BEER ENGINE calculator. I use his original one. It is brilliant.
https://www.jimsbeerkit.co.uk/extras.htm
As I said if you you need any help using it just shout

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