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[center] To provide Feedback or ask Questions on the Guide to Mini-BIAB, please use this thread . [/center] Many thanks to Ralph for providing the above guide. Please use the thread linked above to provide feedback or ask any questions on this guide. Your feedback and questions will help identify if...

Use this thread to convert recipes to suit your equipment...

[center]Before helping others to convert a recipe they post here, please make sure you have fully read and understood this post and the others it refers to.[/center] Every beer recipe needs to be adjusted to suit both your own brewing method as well as your equipment. For example, it will be obviou...

hashie, I hope you had a top one and sorry to miss your birthday. If it's any consolation, this is the first post I am writing since returning from the lager, helles and pilzner capitals of the world :).

What is stout???

;)
Pat

The Basics of Kegging

[center] All brewers, new and experienced, are encouraged to start new topics in this section provided they have read the below. [/center] [center] This section is still being structured. A temporary thread can be found here [/center] For now, post your suggestions here or in the thread above and we...

Metric and US Measurements

IMPORTANT: We would ask that both experienced and inexperienced forum users read the following fully before posting on BIABrewer.info [center] Metric, Imperial and U.S. Measurements [/center] When using imperial units in posts, please specify this otherwise units such as gallons and ounces will be ...

The Basics of BIAB

[center] The Basics of BIAB [/center] What is BIAB? In simple terms, Brewing in a Bag is a process of wort creation (see Creating Wort ) where a single vessel and a bag are used so as this single vessel can act as what is traditionally known as a hot liquor tank (HLT), a mash lauter tun (MLT, more c...

When Shouldn't I Consider BIAB? There are a few situations where BIABrewer would not recommend BIAB but even these two situations are not definitive. The two possible situations are... 1. If You Are Happy With Your Existing Set-Up: If you are enthusiastic about your existing set-up and have read th...

A Detailed Answer for the Inexperienced All-Grain Brewer Most all-grain (mash) brewers will have started with extract or extract kit brewing and then moved to steeping and/or partial mashing before going all-grain. This is often a long and frustrating process not just because of extract’s inflexibi...

A Simple Answer for the Inexperienced All-Grain Brewer BIAB is a method of all-grain brewing that due to its quality, simplicity and economy, enables an easy skip from the often uncertainty of kit or extract brewing, straight into the delights and certainty of all-grain brewing. (You can forget abo...

Why BIAB?

[For new members who have never brewed any type of beer at home before, it is recommended you read here for now. All other brewers should read on.] [center] The Reasoning [/center] BIABrewer recommends BIAB to all brewers who are contemplating or are already practising all-grain brewing. BIAB has m...

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