Changing efficiency on pre-existing recipes.

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Changing efficiency on pre-existing recipes.

Postby Suthrncomfrt1884 » Thu Oct 08, 2009 4:55 pm

I found a clone recipe for Founder's Breakfast Stout that I'm excited about brewing. The problem is... the recipe lists it's efficiency at 64.8%.

I get around 72-75% on my system, so if I brew with the same amount of ingredients, I'll have a beer that's around 1.100 compared to 1.086.

I thought I had done this before, but basically what I need to do is this...

I've programmed the original recipe into Beertools. Instead of doing the math myself for how much less grain I need, can beertools do it for me?

Thanks everyone.
Primary - Belgian Dubbel, Belgian IPA
Secondary - Cherry Lambic
Bottled - Bourbon Barrel Coffee Porter, Double Chocolate Raspberry Stout, Imperial Nut Brown, Apfelwein, American Amber Ale w/Homegrown Hops, Breakfast Stout
Kegged - Bass Clone, ESB
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Postby Suthrncomfrt1884 » Thu Oct 08, 2009 4:57 pm

nevermind. I figured it out as soon as I posted this.
Primary - Belgian Dubbel, Belgian IPA
Secondary - Cherry Lambic
Bottled - Bourbon Barrel Coffee Porter, Double Chocolate Raspberry Stout, Imperial Nut Brown, Apfelwein, American Amber Ale w/Homegrown Hops, Breakfast Stout
Kegged - Bass Clone, ESB
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Double IPA
Double IPA
 
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Location: Rockford, Illinois


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