Welcome to the forum, @amack12345, @BENMANIPA, and @MarkBIABer
Let us know if you have any questions, moving forward.
@amack12345 - One of the best things you can do is download the BIABacus Excel file and document each part of your brewing process. It helps a bunch because you measure different parts of your brew day. It helps to make your brew session more repeatable, and if mistakes are made easier to find out why... It's like having "check points" when navigating and makes it easier to determine where you have gone off course. Some of the terminology may be confusing, so I listed the Clear Brewing Terminology section too.
Clear Brewing Terminology:
Let us know if there are any questions.
Post #8951 made 1 year ago
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