Grainfather setting.

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D4nny74
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Grainfather setting.

Post by D4nny74 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:56 am

Morning all

Not been on much this year due to new job, Uni, building brew shed and life in general, and only managed to brew twice this year too [-X :naughty

whilst messing with Beersmith I somehow managed to delete my Grainfather profile and don’t trust the one that comes with Beersmith , would it be possible for someone to reply with there setting or send screen shots to my email ? ( venetian2008@gmail.com)

Thanks in advanced

Danny

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Re: Grainfather setting.

Post by james1988 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 1:25 pm

Danny,

I realise this post is a few months old but do you still need the profile?

James

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Re: Grainfather setting.

Post by james1988 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 1:25 pm

Danny,

I realise this post is a few months old but do you still need the profile?

James

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Re: Grainfather setting.

Post by D4nny74 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:41 am

All sorted now James but thanks buddy :D

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Re: Grainfather setting.

Post by MarkF_2703 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 11:31 am

If you have one i would be interested in seeing it, I cannot get beersmith to tally up the water volumes.

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Re: Grainfather setting.

Post by Dave S » Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:59 pm

Here's mine. It's set up for 27L brews so needs adjusting to suit your brew length. Disregard the 'Water top up for kettle' field it doesn't alter the calculations and is only really there for my reference. I don't use the Mash Tun settings either.
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Re: Grainfather setting.

Post by MarkF_2703 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 5:42 pm

Thanks Dave I will give it a try, TBH I am not sure why I am bothering, I aim for 30litres pre boil and this gets me in or around 23 litres in the FV, so I just prepare 18 litres of sparge water and top up after sparging, its less stressfull that way :D efficiency so far has always seen me get a higher OG so liquoring back tops the FV up anyway.

Had a foam over last brew though :oops: first one, used pilsner grainfor the first time...must get a sprayer.

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