This is what I did seemed to work.
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Thanks for the input.
I ended pitching without a starter.
My OG ended up at 1.043.
Ever since I started using BeerSmith my gravities have been high.
I could never figure out how to change the mash efficiancy. But I have it figured out now. Brewed a second batch and hit my gravities dead on.
I don't understand why Beer Smith can't just let you enter a mash efficiancy in the mash profile. I had to work backwards changing brew house efficiancy until my predicted mash efficiancy matched what I am actually getting.
I also think the way it figures batch sparge water additions is confusing.
Sometimes it gives me something like add 5 sparge water additions of 1.62 cups.
Always remember that as great as Beersmith is, it's not instructions about how to brew. It's a tool you use to help you brew the way you want to.
Hmmm, try moving all of your furniture out of the house then back in, then try the Miller. It might make it better.Very true.