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  • All Grain home brewing: The boil and chilling This video continues where I left off from the last video on the 20 gallon brew day. The APA gets a standard single infusion mash at 150, and the Hefeweizen gets a protein rest at 122F for 35 minutes. After 35 minutes, I pull 4.25 gallons of the mash and do a decoction to bring the mash up to saccharification rest temperature at about 154 and let it rest for another 45 minutes. To keep the video to a minimum, I did not include the hop additions or footage from both boils. The APA was a 60 minute boil and the Hefeweizen was a 90 minute boil. Anytime that I have a grainbill around 50% pils or higher, I like to boil for 90 minutes to help drive off DMS. This may be the last video in the series. I have some footage of racking down in the brew room, but I haven't reviewed it yet. If there's enough there to put up a video then I'll make another one. In the meantime, I have a half dozen or so beer reviews that will be coming up soon. Thanks for watching! Recipes: Hefeweizen ----------------------------------- Batch size: 12.00 gallons Boil size: 13.89 gallons Estimated OG: 1.049 SG Estimated Color: 3.4 SRM Estimated IBU: 12.1 IBU Brewhouse Efficiency: 75.00 % Boil Time: 60 Minutes 10 lb Pilsner 7 lb Red Wheat 3 lb White Wheat 1.5 oz Tettnang (4.5%) @ 60 min .5 oz Tettnang (4.5%) @ 15 min 1.5 liter starter of WLP300 Single decoction mash with a 35 minute protein rest @ 122, then decoct w/about 4 gallons (bring to a boil) to bring the mash up to 154 for 45 minutes. Session APA ...
  • All Grain home brewing: The mash (part 1 of 2) This video continues where I left off from the last video on the 20 gallon brew day. The APA gets a standard single infusion mash at 150, and the Hefeweizen gets a protein rest at 122F for 35 minutes. After 35 minutes, I pull 4.25 gallons of the mash and do a decoction to bring the mash up to saccharification rest temperature at about 154 and let it rest for another 45 minutes. I had hoped to get all of this done with one video, but I was at about 13 minutes so I decided to split it into two segments. Stay tuned for the boil and hop additions. Thanks for watching! Recipes: Hefeweizen ----------------------------------- Batch size: 12.00 gallons Boil size: 13.89 gallons Estimated OG: 1.049 SG Estimated Color: 3.4 SRM Estimated IBU: 12.1 IBU Brewhouse Efficiency: 75.00 % Boil Time: 60 Minutes 10 lb Pilsner 7 lb Red Wheat 3 lb White Wheat 1.5 oz Tettnang (4.5%) @ 60 min .5 oz Tettnang (4.5%) @ 15 min 1.5 liter starter of WLP300 Single decoction mash with a 35 minute protein rest @ 122, then decoct w/about 4 gallons (bring to a boil) to bring the mash up to 154 for 45 minutes. Session APA ---------------------------- Batch Size: 12.00 gal Boil Size: 13.74 gal Estimated OG: 1.040 SG Estimated Color: 6.5 SRM Estimated IBU: 44.2 IBU Brewhouse Efficiency: 75.00 % Boil Time: 60 Minutes 15.00 lb Pale Malt (Briess 2 Row) 1.50 lb Munich Malt 1.00 lb Caramel/Crystal Malt - 60L 1.50 oz Magnum [14.00 %] (60 min) 34.6 IBU 0.5 oz Columbus [12.00 %] (15 min) 4.5 IBU 0.5 oz Amarillo Gold ...
  • SINITSYNArkad _Enzyme complex for highly efficient saccharification of lignocellulosic feedstocks RUSSIAN--GERMAN FORUM FOR CLIB2021 MOSCOW OFFICE OPENING
  • Automated assay for screening the enzymatic release of reducing sugars from micronized biomass m.nih.gov High throughput platform for screening the enzymatic release of reducing sugars from micronized biomass
  • HOMEBREWING 301: GETTING STARTED WITH ALL-GRAIN (DVD) This how-to DVD from Northern Brewer will give you the information and knowledge you need to go out right after watching this disc and successfully brew your first all-grain beer. Brew along from start to finish as we mash, lauter, and sparge an all-grain recipe and learn easy, user-friendly guidelines that you can apply to whatever beers to choose to brew next. Chapters: 1. Introduction, 2. Equipment, 3. Mash-In, 4. Saccharification Rest, 5. Mash-Out, 6. Recirculation, 7. Lauter & Sparge Homebrewing 301 DVD Deluxe All-Grain System (5 gallons) Deluxe All-Grain System (10 gallons)
  • All Grain home brewing: The mash (part 2 of 2) This video continues where I left off from the last video on the 20 gallon brew day. The APA gets a standard single infusion mash at 150, and the Hefeweizen gets a protein rest at 122F for 35 minutes. After 35 minutes, I pull 4.25 gallons of the mash and do a decoction to bring the mash up to saccharification rest temperature at about 154 and let it rest for another 45 minutes. I had hoped to get all of this done with one video, but I was at about 13 minutes so I decided to split it into two segments. Stay tuned for the boil and hop additions. Thanks for watching! Recipes: Hefeweizen ----------------------------------- Batch size: 12.00 gallons Boil size: 13.89 gallons Estimated OG: 1.049 SG Estimated Color: 3.4 SRM Estimated IBU: 12.1 IBU Brewhouse Efficiency: 75.00 % Boil Time: 60 Minutes 10 lb Pilsner 7 lb Red Wheat 3 lb White Wheat 1.5 oz Tettnang (4.5%) @ 60 min .5 oz Tettnang (4.5%) @ 15 min 1.5 liter starter of WLP300 Single decoction mash with a 35 minute protein rest @ 122, then decoct w/about 4 gallons (bring to a boil) to bring the mash up to 154 for 45 minutes. Session APA ---------------------------- Batch Size: 12.00 gal Boil Size: 13.74 gal Estimated OG: 1.040 SG Estimated Color: 6.5 SRM Estimated IBU: 44.2 IBU Brewhouse Efficiency: 75.00 % Boil Time: 60 Minutes 15.00 lb Pale Malt (Briess 2 Row) 1.50 lb Munich Malt 1.00 lb Caramel/Crystal Malt - 60L 1.50 oz Magnum [14.00 %] (60 min) 34.6 IBU 0.5 oz Columbus [12.00 %] (15 min) 4.5 IBU 0.5 oz Amarillo Gold ...