MAXI BIAB questions

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MAXI BIAB questions

Post by jarvo_325 » 3 years ago

Hey all

A question to ask if I can guys.

This might seem obvious but I appreciate any help.

If im using Ralph's MAXI BIAB technique am I looking for recipes that have a desired volume in fermenter of 23L??

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Post by Mad_Scientist » 3 years ago

Ralph's posts are locked by admin. His process is considered extreme.

As a basic rule of thumb, you can make 23 L from a kettle twice the size.

What size pots do you have?


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Post by jarvo_325 » 3 years ago

Hey

I brought the 19L pot as stated in the Maxi method.

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Post by Mad_Scientist » 3 years ago

With recommended practices from this site you can get about 62% of that pot size, or 11.75 L.

We like to guide new BIAB brewers to this link, known as the sweet liquor shop posts.

Reading the Sweet Liquor Shop posts might be of help?
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Post by jarvo_325 » 3 years ago

Thanks mate, I will look into it.

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