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Offline BOB357

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Re: how to adjust HLT temp to correctly anticipate mash temp
« Reply #15 on: October 05, 2017, 12:53:44 PM »
Sorry - guess I didn't realize you weren't the OP. My responses were addressing roger wood's original problem. Temperature losses during rests are likely the culprit. I don't do multi-step mashes and only do a mash-out when I do BIAB, so infusions aren't something I'm experienced

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Re: how to adjust HLT temp to correctly anticipate mash temp
« Reply #16 on: October 05, 2017, 02:36:39 PM »
No worries Bob - Thanks again for your assistance.  I'll figure this thing out eventually.
I'm done brewing for a while. :(  The "sight glass" on my Polar Ware 15 gal. brew kettle took a dump for the 4th time and Polar Ware can't come up with a fix and their response to this issue ignored the fact that their plastic sight gauge repeatedly fails under normal operating conditions!! >:(