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If your brewhouse consitantly achieves 95% just use that setting in your recipe/brew software and it will cascade to the grains allowing you to reduce their wieghts to hit a target OG. This will mainly result in a reduction in the base malt, while keeping most specialty grains close to original weights.

Or you can estimate by hand, if a recipierecipe is calculated for 70% effeciency but you get 95% you can roughly reduce your grainsbase malts by 35% to achiev the target gravity. Concider steeping the full recipe weight of specialty grains, this will extract color and flavor but little sugars.

Mash efficiency is a calculation only for sugar conversion and extraction from the grains. Higher mash effeciency doesn't effect flavor or color extraction.

Please let us know what it is your doing to get 95%, as I've only seen that on commercial systems.

If your brewhouse consitantly achieves 95% just use that setting in your recipe/brew software and it will cascade to the grains allowing you to reduce their wieghts to hit a target OG. Or you can estimate by hand, if a recipie is calculated for 70% effeciency but you get 95% you can roughly reduce your grains by 35% to achiev the target gravity.

Please let us know what it is your doing to get 95%, as I've only seen that on commercial systems.

If your brewhouse consitantly achieves 95% just use that setting in your recipe/brew software and it will cascade to the grains allowing you to reduce their wieghts to hit a target OG. This will mainly result in a reduction in the base malt, while keeping most specialty grains close to original weights.

Or you can estimate by hand, if a recipe is calculated for 70% effeciency but you get 95% you can roughly reduce your base malts by 35% to achiev the target gravity. Concider steeping the full recipe weight of specialty grains, this will extract color and flavor but little sugars.

Mash efficiency is a calculation only for sugar conversion and extraction from the grains. Higher mash effeciency doesn't effect flavor or color extraction.

Please let us know what it is your doing to get 95%, as I've only seen that on commercial systems.

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If your brewhouse consitantly achieves 95% just use that setting in your recipe/brew software and it will cascade to the grains allowing you to reduce their wieghts to hit a target OG. Or you can estimate by hand, if a recipie is calculated for 70% effeciency but you get 95% you can roughly reduce your grains by 35% to achiev the target gravity.

Please let us know what it is your doing to get 95%, as I've only seen that on commercial systems.