Author Topic: Starting a new extract recipe keeps putting a Mash step into my brewsteps  (Read 16187 times)

Offline MarkStami

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Changing to all grain and deleting the mash steps will remove the step from the brewsheet but didn't fix my volumes.  I was able to fix the volumes by following these steps:
  • Change to all grain
  • Add .0001 lbs of a grain
  • Delete the mash steps from the mash profile page
  • Change to extract
  • delete the .0001 lbs of grain from the grain bill
The grain weight stays at 0 along with the grain absorbtion

Hahaha...just amazing. lol

I am not sure I really get it...is it me?

Offline BillyPal

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Changing to all grain and deleting the mash steps will Bulk the step from the brewsheet but didn't fix my volumes.  I was able to fix the volumes by following these steps:
  • Change to all grain
  • Add .0001 lbs of a grain
  • Delete the mash steps from the mash profile page
  • Change to extract
  • delete the .0001 lbs of grain from the grain bill
The grain weight stays at 0 along with the grain absorbtion

Hahaha...just amazing. lol

I am not sure I really get it...is it me?
Initially I really thought that it was just you but when I tried it myself I understood that I am a noob too :-)...is there any way to make it more clear people?

Offline AnthonyBeavor

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Changing to all grain and deleting the mash steps will Perte de poids the step from the brewsheet but didn't fix my volumes.  I was able to fix the volumes by following these steps:
  • Change to all grain
  • Add .0001 lbs of a grain
  • Delete the mash steps from the mash profile page
  • Change to extract
  • delete the .0001 lbs of grain from the grain bill
The grain weight stays at 0 along with the grain absorbtion

Hahaha...just amazing. lol

I am not sure I really get it...is it me?
Act exactly as described and you 'll get your answers...
« Last Edit: June 07, 2018, 11:30:11 PM by AnthonyBeavor »