The Grainfather App is designed to be used in conjunction with the Grainfather Connect Control Box. It allows you to have full control of your Grainfather using your smartphone or tablet. The App gives you the ability to set and save your own recipes, as well as the ability to monitor and control your brewing process remotely.
- 1 Can Brewfather connect to Grainfather?
- 2 How long is brew day with Grainfather?
- 3 Does Grainfather make good beer?
- 4 How much grain can a Grainfather hold?
- 5 How much beer does the Grainfather make?
- 6 What does a Grainfather do?
- 7 How do I set up my Grainfather connect?
- 8 Is the Grainfather worth the money?
- 9 What happens if you dont Sparge?
- 10 Can you brew without sparging?
- 11 What is the point of sparging?
Can Brewfather connect to Grainfather?
Yes, Grainfather brewers can connect to Brewfather to sync their brew recipes and brew sessions.
How long is brew day with Grainfather?
Brew day is approximately 4-5 hours from start to finish.
Does Grainfather make good beer?
Yes, Grainfather makes great beer. We have won many awards for our beer, including a Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival and a Silver Medal at the World Beer Cup.
How much grain can a Grainfather hold?
How much beer does the Grainfather make?
The Grainfather makes 8 gallons (30 liters) of beer at a time.
What does a Grainfather do?
A Grainfather is a home brewing machine that allows you to brew your own beer. It includes a brewing kettle, a mash tun, a wort chiller, and a fermentation vessel.
How do I set up my Grainfather connect?
1. Connect the power cord to the Grainfather connect and plug it into a power outlet.
2. Fill the brew kettle with the desired amount of water and insert the brew kettle into the Grainfather connect.
3. Place your grain bill into the Grainfather connect’s grain basket.
4. Place the lid on the Grainfather connect.
5. Select your desired brewing program on the Grainfather connect’s control panel.
6. Press the start button to begin the brewing process.
Is the Grainfather worth the money?
Some people may find that the Grainfather is worth the investment, while others may find that it is not necessary for their brewing process. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide whether or not the Grainfather is worth the cost.
What happens if you dont Sparge?
If you don’t sparge, you will have a very sweet wort, and a very high gravity. This will likely result in a very boozy beer.
Can you brew without sparging?
The process of sparging is used in brewing to wash the sweet wort from the grain. It separates the sweet liquid (wort) from the solid grain that has been used to produce it by rinsing it with hot water. Sparging is only necessary when brewing with malt grain, as other grains such as malted wheat do not need to be sparged. Without sparging, the wort would be full of husks and other solid matter which would make it difficult to brew. Sparging is therefore a vital part of the brewing process.
What is the point of sparging?
Sparging is a brewing technique used to extract as much sugar as possible from the grain during the lautering phase. Lautering is the process of separating the solids from the liquids. Sparging involves rinsing the grain with water to extract all of the sugars before fermentation. This ensures that the final product is as sweet as possible.