saving schedule presets and pre-boil OG

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saving schedule presets and pre-boil OG

Postby lucas » Sat Jul 14, 2007 7:38 pm

2 (hopefully simple) questions

1. how do i save mash schedules as presets so I can use them on other recipies

2. where to I find the pre-boil OG, so I can tell if I hit my efficiency or not?
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Postby lonte » Sun Jul 15, 2007 12:44 am

I don't think you'll find the pre-boil gravity anywhere except on the printed output. It is not stored anywhere I can find in the .BTP file. I am thinking I'll need to calculate it on the fly for the BrewSheet report I am making.
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Postby just-cj » Sun Jul 15, 2007 3:15 am

Don't quote me, but I think you can save your mash schedule as a template or as the default. I did it several months ago and it pops up every time I open a new recipe, but I don't really remember what I did -- or if that was the best way to do it.
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Re: saving schedule presets and pre-boil OG

Postby ColoradoBrewer » Sun Jul 15, 2007 7:51 am

lucas wrote:2 (hopefully simple) questions

1. how do i save mash schedules as presets so I can use them on other recipies

2. where to I find the pre-boil OG, so I can tell if I hit my efficiency or not?

1. As cj suggest just enter all your data and save as default. You should also enter the specs for your equipment and any ingredients (clarifiers, yeast nutrient, etc.) that you regularly use.

2. Just hove the cursor over the kettle volume field.
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