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brewing water chemistry calculator

Postby rodneygullick » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:56 pm

i was introduced to brewers friend water calculator the first step was to put the amount of water i used in the mash and in the hlt i done that then i moved down to the next thing which was the water profile which i supplied then it was the grist i used i put in the amount of grist i used including the lovibond then i come unstuck would some one go the process for me on what to do R F Gullick
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Re: brewing water chemistry calculator

Postby Jim » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:30 pm

Welcome to JBK. :)

I'm going to move this into the Brewing Liquor forum as you're more likely to get a reply there.
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Re: brewing water chemistry calculator

Postby orlando » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:22 am

rodneygullick wrote:i was introduced to brewers friend water calculator the first step was to put the amount of water i used in the mash and in the hlt i done that then i moved down to the next thing which was the water profile which i supplied then it was the grist i used i put in the amount of grist i used including the lovibond then i come unstuck would some one go the process for me on what to do R F Gullick


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Re: brewing water chemistry calculator

Postby aamcle » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:08 am

I doubt if you will get a walk through as it would be one LONG post, as above start here then move on to the more complex Brewers Friend calculator.

BF's calculator is very good but isn't easy to use, it's very manual but it has extensive help and your going to need to read it all.


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Re: brewing water chemistry calculator

Postby Jim » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:57 am

Just to save you searching about for Graham Wheeler's calculator (hosted on JBK), it's here - http://www.jimsbeerkit.co.uk/water.html
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