Difference between revisions of "Direct Heat"

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==See also==
==See also==
* [[Mash In]]
* [[Mash In]]

Latest revision as of 12:55, 31 March 2008

Direct heat is where heat from a heat source is applied to the mash vessel. To raise the temperature.

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Name to identify the step in the schedule list.
A space to insert helpful information and reminders to the author or others brewing the recipe.
Heat Source
The burner or device used to apply heat to the vessel.
Target Temp
The final temperature desired at the end of the direct heat step.
Used to represent the dial on the heat source. If the dial is turned up half-way, the Heat Output should be set to 50%. This value is approximate and may not accurately correspond with the heat source dial calibration.
Length of time the strike water is heated.

See also