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Haus Pale Ale

A. Recipe Overview ? B. Your Equipm

Recipe Name: Haus Pale Ale Kettle Diameter: 34.0 cm

Brewer: Style: Kettle Height: 16.0 cm

Expected Original Gravity: 1.051 IBU (Tins): 35.6 ABV: 4.9 % Kettle Capacity: 14.5 L

Bitterness to Gravity Ratio: 0.697 Colour (EBC): 10.5 FG: 1.013 Desired Volume into Fermentor (V

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BIABacus Default Adjustments have been made - See Sect X.
C. The Fermentable Bill

This recipe requires an Original Gravity (OG) of : 1.051 For this batch though, I'd like to try an OG of:

The Original Fermentable Bill Design Substitutions


Grams/
Fermentable & Method EBC SRM Ratios Pounds % Substituted With EBC

Best Pale Ale 6 3.0 3628 8.00 76.2 Best Pale Ale

Vienna 8 4.1 907 2.00 19.1 Vienna

CaraHELL 25 12.7 226 0.50 4.7 CaraHELL

Totals: 10.0 5.1 4761 F 10.50 100 Col: 9.07 Totals: 10.5
METHODS: Blank = Mashed, S = Steeped and B = Boiled Only. If fermentable bill contains extract
D. The Hop Bill

I'm copying the recipe from an external source. The original recipe's Volume of Ambient Wort (VAW) was:
I'm designing my own recipe or wish to change the original recipe's bitterness. Please just set my Desired

The Original Hop Bill Design Substitutions

Name, Form & Method AA% Mins Grams Ounces Tinseth Substituted With AA%

Cascade 7.1 60 27.5 0.2191041076


0.970 79.3699186992
20.0 19.9583895523 Cascade

20

Cascade 7.1 30 6.3 0.1683869369


0.222 18.1829268293
3.5 3.5139148058 Cascade

Cascade 7.1 15 12.6 0.1087200877


0.444 36.3658536585
4.5 4.5375625079 Cascade

Cascade 7.1 5 12.6 0.0436793366


0.444 36.3658536585
1.8 1.8230092007 Cascade

Cascade DH 7.1 0 14.8 9.63836144834505E-06


0.522 42.7154471545
0.0 0.0004725059 Cascade

Mosaic 12.8 15 6.3 0.1087200877


0.222 32.7804878049
4.1 4.0901971902 Mosaic

Mosaic 12.8 5 6.3 0.0436793366


0.222 32.7804878049
1.6 1.6432758992 Mosaic

Mosaic DH 12.8 0 31.6 9.63836144834505E-06


1.115 164.4227642276
0.0 0.0018187969 Mosaic

Big: 1.043341194 Totals 118.0 4.162 35.6 35.5686404589


Big: 1.043341194 Totals
NOTE… Hop Forms: Blank = Pellets, FL = Flowers, PL = Plugs Hop Methods: Blank = Boiled, FW = First Wort Hopp
E. Mashing Instructions ? F. Miscellane

Pure BIAB (Full-Volume Mash): 60 mins at 66.65 C = 152.0 F Ingredient Name Orig.
0.2

If grain is 10.0 C = 50.0 F then strike at 68.1 C = 154.6 F

Advanced Mashing Steps Above Step: Saccharifiaction

2nd Step: mins at C= F

3rd Step: mins at C= F

4th Step: mins at C= F

Mashout for mins at C= F


Orig. = Original Recipe W
G. Chilling & Hop Management Methods ? I. Special Instructions/No

Hopsock (Y/N): Pull @: mins Whirlpool @ mins

Chilling Method: Employ @ mins

Water/Air Temp: C= F Chilling Time: hours

Temp Reached: C= F Check temp before pitching. Pitching temperature attained with secon

H. Fermentation & Conditioning ? J. Tasting No

Yeast: s-05 for 10 days at 20 C= 68.0 F Aroma: /12

Diacetyl Rest for days at C= F Appearance: /3

Secondary (Y/N): N Crash-Chilled (Y/N): Filtered (Y/N): Flavour: /20


75 Est. Final Gravity (FG): 1.013 assuming attenuation* of 75 % Mouthfeel: /5

Condition for 15 days Consume within months. Overall: /10


0.0

Serving Temp: 5 C= 41 F * Default = 75% (apparent). Total: /50

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B. Your Equipment ? K. Your Estimated Volumes

cm = 13.39 in (Internal Diameter) Total Water Needed (TWN): 8.62 Litres = 2.28

cm = 6.30 in (Centre Internal Height) [Hot] Strike Water Needed (SWN): 8.79 Litres = 2.32

L = 3.84 Gal Boil for: 60 min Mash Volume: 9.62 Litres = 2.54

ume into Fermentor (VIF): 5.00 L = 1.32 Gal Volume into Boil (VIB): 7.92 Litres = 2.09

Evaporation: 2.30 Litres = 0.61

Volume at Flame-Out (VFO): 5.62 Litres = 1.48


?
Volume of Ambient Wort (VAW): 5.40 Litres = 1.43
o try an OG of: 1.051 Natural Priming (Y/N): N
Kettle to Fermentor Loss (KFL): 0.40 Litres = 0.11
stitutions What you will use…
Volume into Fermentor (VIF): 5.00 Litres = 1.32
EBC SRM Grams Pounds %
Fermentor to Packaging Loss (FPL): 0.37 Litres = 0.10
6 3.0456852792
848 1.87 76.2 76.2024784709

Volume into Packaging (VIP): 4.63 Litres = 1.22


8 4.0609137056
212 0.47 19.1 19.0506196177

25 12.6903553299
53 0.12 4.7 4.7469019114
L. Your Actual Pre-Pitching Volumes

Mash Volume: 11.78 Litres = 3.11

Volume into Boil (VIB): 10.00 Litres = 2.64

Evaporation: 2.30 Litres = 0.61

Volume at Flame-Out (VFO): 7.70 Litres = 2.03

Once chilled, VAW should be approx: 7.40 Litres = 1.96

10.5 5.3 1112 2.45 100.0 100


Kettle to Fermentor Loss (KFL): 0.40 Litres = 0.11
ble bill contains extracts or sugars, go to Section. Y.
Volume into Fermentor (VIF): 7.00 Litres = 1.85
?
Volume of Ambient Wort (VAW): 7.40 Litres = 1.95
bient Wort (VAW) was: 24.60 L = 6.50 Gal
New Bigness Factor

ease just set my Desired IBU's (Tinseth) to: 1.1517556324


M. Your Pre-Pitching Gravities

stitutions What you will use… Main Categories

Specific Gravity Estimated Actual


T 1.036
AA% Mins Grams Ounces Tinseth T Gravity into Boil (GIB): 1.036 /2
1.051 1.04
T
7.1 1.1
6.0 0.21 PE 20.0 Gravity of Ambient Wort (GAW): 1.051 /0 1.040 /0
T
0.2191041076

1.4 0.05 PE 3.5


N. Pre-Pitching Corrections
7.1 1.1 0.1683869369 Main Category Answers

7.1 1.1
2.8 0.10 PE 4.5 28.6525510778

Wort 'Lost' from Fermentor: Litres =


0.1087200877

28.6525510778

7.1 1.1
2.8 0.10 PE 1.8
Extra Water Added to Fermentor: Litres =
0.0436793366 39.2646070325

7.1 1.1
3.2 0.11 PE 0.0
25.9554943889

DME Added to Fermentor: grams =


9.63836144834505E-06

Three Sub-Categories

12.8 1.1
1.4 0.1087200877
0.05 PE 4.1 F
F O. At Pitching
1.1
1.4 0.05 PE 1.6
F
12.8 0.0436793366

Volume at Pitching (VAP): 7.00 Litres = 1.85


12.8 1.1
6.9 9.63836144834505E-06
0.24 PE 0.0 Three Sub-Catgory Answers

1 Expected Original Gravity (OG): 1.040 /0 Actual:


Totals 25.9 0.914 35.6
1
d, FW = First Wort Hopped, DR or DH = Dry Hopped. IBU (Tins): 28.7 B/G Ratio: 0.716 Colour: 8.4
1
F. Miscellaneous ? P. Your Efficiencies

Stage Mins Reason WYWU Efficiency Measurement Estimated Actual

N/A Efficiency into Boil (EIB): 83.6 %

N/A Efficiency of Ambient Wort (EAW): 83.6 % 89.8

N/A Efficiency into Fermentor (EIF): 77.4 % 85.0

N/A Q. Packaging

N/A Req. Volumes of CO2: 2.4 Below is based on temp in Sect H.

N/A Bottle Capacity: 330 ml = 11.16 oz Bottles Req:


ginal Recipe WYWU = What you will use.
Per bottle use 1.8 grams or 0.063 ounces of corn sugar.
ecial Instructions/Notes on this Beer ?
Secondary Vol: 10.0 L= 2.64 Gal Bottles Req:

Bulk Prime with 54 grams or 1.90 ounces of corn sugar.

Vol. into Keg: L= G Carbonate @

Nat. Prime with grams or ounces of corn sugar.


ure attained with second chill over hours
If handling primed glass bottles, wear safety glasses.
J. Tasting Notes ? R. Final Numbers

Bottles Filled: Actual VIP: Litres =

Est. Final Gravity (FG): 1.010 Actual Final Gravity:

Apparent Attenuation: 74.4 % Real Attenuation:


A serving of ml = oz has approx:

ABV: 3.9 % ABW: 3.1 % or calories / serve.


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NG Any "Adjustments" Below will Change your Estimates Brewed:

s ? S. Kettle Fill Height ? T. Kettle Headspace ? Z. Time Ta

2.28 Gal ..... 9.5 cm = 3.74 in ..... 6.5 cm = 2.56 in

2.32 Gal ..... 9.7 cm = 3.81 in ..... 6.3 cm = 2.49 in

2.54 Gal ..... 10.6 cm = 4.17 in ..... 5.4 cm = 2.13 in

2.09 Gal ..... 8.7 cm = 3.43 in ..... 7.3 cm = 2.87 in

0.61 Gal ..... 2.5 cm = 1.00 in ..... -2.5 cm = -1.00 in

1.48 Gal ..... 6.2 cm = 2.44 in ..... 9.8 cm = 3.86 in

1.43 Gal ..... 5.9 cm = 2.34 in ..... 10.1 cm = 3.96 in

0.11 Gal ..... 0.4 cm = 0.17 in 15.6 cm = 6.13 in

1.32 Gal U. Height = Volume ? V. Headspace = Volume ?

0.10 Gal cm = L cm = L

1.22 Gal in = G in = G

umes ? W. Full-Volume Variations - FVV (based on Ambient) ?

3.11 Gal Water Held Back from Mash: Litres = Gal

2.64 Gal Water Used in a Sparge: Litres = Gal

0.61 Gal All estimates assume dilutions below will be made so be careful!

2.03 Gal Water Added Before the Boil: Litres = Gal

1.96 Gal Water Added During Boil: Litres = Gal

0.11 Gal Water Added to Fermentor: 0.00 Litres = Gal

1.85 Gal Current Liquor to Grain ratio is: 7.75 l/kg = 3.71 qt/lb

1.95 Gal
7.40

X. BIABacus Default Adjustments ?


ties ? Adjust Auto Kettle Efficiency by: % or set it to %

Actual Change Evaporation Rate to: 2.30 l/hr or 0.61 gal/hr

Strike Water Temp. Adjustment Factor (1 to 5)*: 2


1.04
1.040 /0 Adjust KFL by: % or fix it at 0.4 Litres = 0.11 Gal

Adjust FPL by: % or fix it at Litres = Gal


s ?
Adjust Volume Loss from Lauter to: l/kg = gal/lb
Gal
Kettle Shape Volume Adjustment: Litres = Gal
Gal
Kettle Shape Height Adjustment: cm = in
ozs
*Default is 1 and is used for heavy kettles and burners.
? Y. Extract Potential Adjustments ?

1.85 Gal The BIABacus assumes an extract potential on a 'Fine Grind As Is' basis.
The default setting for all fermentables is 80% Fine Grind Dry Basis and
1.040 /0 4% Moisture Content. This is equivalent to an FGAI of 76.8% or 35.49
ppg. You can over-ride this default below.
8.4 EBC

? The Original Fermentable Bill

Actual Points x Pounds


Grain Name FGDB MC FGAI FGAI

% 283.8621822497
Best Pale Ale % % % ppg 76.2024784709

89.8 % 70.9655455624
Vienna % % % ppg 19.0506196177

85.0 % 17.682704848
CaraHELL % % % ppg 4.7469019114

? % % % ppg

ed on temp in Sect H. % % % ppg

Bottles Req: ` % % % ppg

ounces of corn sugar. % % % ppg

Bottles Req: 30.3 % % % ppg

ounces of corn sugar. 0


372.5104326601

The Actual Fermentable Bill


psi
Points x Pounds
Grain Name FGDB MC FGAI FGAI
ounces of corn sugar.
% % % ppg
safety glasses. 66.3269738147 35.49

? 16.5817434537
% % % ppg 35.49

Gal 4.1317243887
% % % ppg 35.49

Final Gravity: 1.010 % % % ppg 35.49

60.9 % % % % ppg 35.49


kj % % % ppg
Real Extract

3.90 35.49

OG in Plato

calories / serve. % % % ppg


9.99224

FG in Plato 35.49

2.559665

FG
t at BIABrewer.info 1.01
% % % ppg 35.49

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CHECKLIST - Haus Pale Ale ?

Pitched: Packed:

Task Description Check


Unit Conversions ***

WEIGHTS & VOLUMES ASSORTED

Weight Miscellaneous

5.000 kg = 5000 g 1000 g= 1.000 kg 40.00 cm = 15.75 in

0.00 kg = 0.004 lb 5.00 lb = 2.268 kg 78.0 C= 172.4 F

1.00 lb = 16.00 oz 4.30 oz = 0.27 lb 80 kpa = 11.60 psi

105.00 g= 3.70 oz 4.27 oz = 121.05 g 1.050 SG = 12.39 Plato

Volume (Metric & US Customary) Colour Conversion

1.000 L= 1000 ml 1000 ml = 1.000 L 10.0 SRM = 7.9 ° Lovibond =

10.000 L= 2.642 G 5.000 G= 18.927 L 9.9 SRM = 7.9 ° Lovibond =

1.00 L= 1.06 qt 1.32 qt = 1.25 L 10.0 SRM = 7.9 ° Lovibond =

1.00 L= 2.11 pt 8.00 pt = 3.79 L


Water/Wort Expansion and C
1000 ml = 0.264 G 0.25 G= 946 ml
100.00 L at ambient = 101.98
1000 ml = 1.06 qt 1.00 qt = 946 ml
26.04 L at ambient = 26.56
1000 ml = 2.11 pt 2.00 pt = 946 ml
10.00 L at ambient = 10.20
1000 ml = 33.81 floz 35.00 floz = 1035 ml
Note: The above applies to all v
1.00 G= 4.00 qt 4.00 qt = 1.00 G
Hydrometer Temperature C
1.00 G= 8.00 pt 8.00 pt = 1.00 G
If your HYDROMETER is calibrated to
1.00 G= 128 floz 128 floz = 1.00 G
but your reading was taken at
4.00 qt = 8.00 pt 8.00 pt = 4.00 qt
then a reading of: 1.050 should be r
4 qt = 128.00 floz 128.00 floz = 4.00 qt
YOUR SAMPLE IS TOO HOT FOR AN AC
8 pt = 128.00 floz 128.00 floz = 8.00 pt

Priming Sugars
Volume (Metric & Imperial)
WHEN PRIMING 121 grams or
1.000 L= 1000 ml 1000 ml = 1.000 L
Is equivalent to: 105 grams or
10.000 L= 2.200 G 5.000 G= 22.730 L
Is equivalent to: 137 grams or
1.00 L= 0.88 qt 18.00 qt = 20.46 L
Is equivalent to: 147 grams or
1.00 L= 1.76 pt 8.00 pt = 4.55 L
Is equivalent to: 158 grams or
1000 ml = 0.220 G 0.22 G= 1000 ml
Is equivalent to: 189 grams or
Is equivalent to: 189 grams or
1000 ml = 0.88 qt 1.00 qt = 1137 ml
* Corn sugar is also known as gluco
1000 ml = 1.76 pt 2.00 pt = 1137 ml
** Also use this amount for demera
1000 ml = 35.20 floz 35.00 floz = 994 ml Note: Unbolded ingredients can vary in th

1.00 G= 4.00 qt 4.00 qt = 1.00 G


Volume to Weight Ra
1.00 G= 8.00 pt 8.00 pt = 1.00 G
Metric and US Custom
1.00 G= 160 floz 160 floz = 1.00 G
5.00 L/kg = 2.40 qt/lb
4.00 qt = 8.00 pt 8.00 pt = 4.00 qt
Metric and Imperia
1 qt = 40.00 floz 40.00 floz = 1.00 qt
5.00 L/kg = 2.00 qt/lb
8 pt = 160.00 floz 160.00 floz = 8.00 pt

Volume of Liquid in a Vessel using Weight and Specific Gravity


Note that vessel names may be changed by using the last line of this section.

Random Metric Vessel Kettle Cube Fermentor Secondary

Empty weight: 0.500 kg 9.711 kg 1.117 kg 1.683 kg 1.326 kg

Weight after filling: 23.000 kg 11.960 kg kg 23.215 kg kg

Specific gravity: 1.050 /0 1.060 1.060

Volume in vessel: 21.429 L 2.122 L L 20.313 L L

Random U.S. Vessel

Empty weight: 1.102 lb lb lb lb lb

Weight after filling: 50.706 lb lb lb lb lb

Specific gravity: 1.050 /0

Volume in vessel: 5.661 G G G G G

Random Imp. Vessel

Empty weight: 1.102 lb lb lb lb lb

Weight after filling: 50.706 lb lb lb lb lb

Specific gravity: 1.050 /0

Volume in vessel: 4.714 G G G G G

Name of Your Vessels: Kettle Cube Fermentor Secondary

*** Note that the BIABAcus uses Metric and US Customary Units only on all other sheets.
ASSORTED

Miscellaneous

1.00 in = 2.54 cm

68.0 F= 20.0 C

12.0 psi = 83 kpa

12.00 Plato = 1.048 SG

Colour Conversion

° Lovibond = 19.7 Modern EBC

° Lovibond = 19.6 Modern EBC

° Lovibond = 19.7 Modern EBC

Wort Expansion and Contraction

101.98 L at mash = 104.01 L at boil.

26.56 L at mash = 27.09 L at boil.

10.20 L at mash = 10.40 L at boil.

e above applies to all volume units.

meter Temperature Calibration

ETER is calibrated to 15.0 C= 59.0 F

reading was taken at 40.0 C= 104.0 F

should be recorded as 1.057

IS TOO HOT FOR AN ACCURATE READING.

Priming Sugars

grams or 4.27 ozs of corn sugar*

grams or 3.71 ozs of table sugar**

grams or 4.82 ozs of DME

grams or 5.20 ozs of LME or Honey

grams or 5.57 ozs of Maple Syrup

grams or 6.68 ozs of Molasses


grams or 6.68 ozs of Molasses

is also known as glucose and dextrose.


his amount for demera or brown sugar>
ngredients can vary in their priming potential.

Volume to Weight Ratios

Metric and US Customary

2.50 qt/lb = 5.22 L/kg

Metric and Imperial

2.00 qt/lb = 5.01 L/kg

fic Gravity
of this section.

Keg Gas Bottle

4.195 kg 8.600 kg

kg 17.100 kg

0.510

L 16.667 L

lb lb

lb lb

G G

lb lb

lb lb

G G

Keg Gas Bottle

ly on all other sheets.


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[b]Recipe Overview[/b]

Brewer:
Style:
Source Recipe Link:
ABV: 4.9% (assumes any priming sugar used is diluted.)

Original Gravity (OG): 1.051


IBU's (Tinseth): 35.6
Bitterness to Gravity Ratio: 0.7
Colour: 10.5 EBC = 5.3 SRM

Kettle Efficiency (as in EIB and EAW): 83.6 %


Efficiency into Fermentor (EIF): 77.4 %

[i]Note: This is a Pure BIAB (Full Volume Mash)[/i]

[b]Times and Temperatures[/b]

Mash: 60 mins at 66.7 C = 152 F


Boil: 60 min
Ferment: 10 days at 20 C = 68 F

[b]Volumes & Gravities[/b]


(Note that VAW below is the Volume at Flame-Out (VFO) less shrinkage.)
The, "Clear Brewing Terminology," thread at http://www.biabrewer.info/

Total Water Needed (TWN): 8.62 L = 2.28 G


Volume into Boil (VIB): 7.92 L = 2.09 G @ 1.036
Volume of Ambient Wort (VAW): 5.4 L = 1.43 G @ 1.051
Volume into Fermentor (VIF): 5 L = 1.32 G @ 1.051
Volume into Packaging (VIP): 4.63 L = 1.22 G @ 1.013 assuming apparent attenuation of 75 %

[b]The Grain Bill (Also includes extracts, sugars and adjuncts)[/b]

Note: If extracts, sugars or adjuncts are not followed by an exclamation mark, go to www.biabrewer.info (needs link)

76.2% Best Pale Ale (6 EBC = 3 SRM) 848 grams = 1.87 pounds
19.1% Vienna (8 EBC = 4.1 SRM) 212 grams = 0.47 pounds
4.7% CaraHELL (25 EBC = 12.7 SRM) 53 grams = 0.12 pounds

[b]The Hop Bill[/b] (Based on Tinseth Formula)

20 IBU Cascade Pellets (7.1%AA) 6 grams = 0.213 ounces at 60 mins


3.5 IBU Cascade Pellets (7.1%AA) 1.4 grams = 0.049 ounces at 30 mins
4.5 IBU Cascade Pellets (7.1%AA) 2.8 grams = 0.098 ounces at 15 mins
1.8 IBU Cascade Pellets (7.1%AA) 2.8 grams = 0.098 ounces at 5 mins
0 IBU Cascade Pellets (7.1%AA) 3.2 grams = 0.115 ounces at 0 mins (Dry Hopped)
4.1 IBU Mosaic Pellets (12.8%AA) 1.4 grams = 0.049 ounces at 15 mins
1.6 IBU Mosaic Pellets (12.8%AA) 1.4 grams = 0.049 ounces at 5 mins
0 IBU Mosaic Pellets (12.8%AA) 6.9 grams = 0.245 ounces at 0 mins (Dry Hopped)

[b]Mash Steps[/b]

Mash Type: Pure BIAB (Full-Volume Mash): Saccharifiaction for 60 mins at 66.7 C = 152 F

Strike Water Needed (SWN): 8.79 L = 2.32 G 68.1 C = 154.6 F

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[b]Miscellaneous Ingredients[/b]

[b]Chilling & Hop Management Methods[/b]

[b]Fermentation & Conditioning[/b]

Fermentation: s-05 for 10 days at 20 C = 68 F

Secondary Used: N
Crash-Chilled:
Filtered:
Req. Volumes of CO2: 2.4
Serving Temp: 5 C = 41 F
Condition for 15 days.

[b]Special Instructions/Notes on this Beer[/b]


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CHECKLIST - Haus Pale Ale ?

Brewed: Pitched: Packed:

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