4.3.1. Brewing Preparation

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PRELIMINARY CONDITIONS

Before you start brewing, make sure that everything is in place. First of all, check that all hoses are connected safely to the machine - especially the high-pressure hose to the water inlet!

  • If the hoses are connected, and your Brewie+ is calibrated appropriately, you can start preparing for brewing. (Of course, in case of manual water inlet, you don't need to calibrate or attach the hose to the water inlet)
  • Put the false bottom into the mashing (right) tank, with standing still on its legs. Make sure that the malt is in a Brewie Bag and it is not damaged - thus no malt will fall out into the machine, clogging the tubes and tanks.
  • Place the malt bag onto the false bottom, with all four corners of the bag adjusted to the tank’s corners.
  • Put the hop cages with hops in them (and only in them) into the appropriate hop tanks.

If all ingredients are placed, you can start brewing by pressing the “Start Brewing” button at the bottom of a recipe’s page.
After pressing the “Start Brewing” button, a preliminary checklist pops up - here you can doublecheck if you want automatic or manual water inlet and if everything is in place. If you press ‘Done’ for all these windows, brewing will start.

(fyi: the third picture shows the notification that pops up in case of manual water inlet!)

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