It's gives you the OG, grist in %, the hops and the alpha acid content, and the yeast. Not sure what the confusion comes from but looks alright to me.
Sorry my confusion comes from translating this into a recipe. I'm rel;ativly new at home brewing only about 5 batches, 2 of which were extract brews, and i'm just not sure what the "16.5P" means. I know its the gravity in plato but i don't exactly know how to translate that into what i need to figure out how much of each malt i'll need. Is there a formula somewhere?
Again sorry i'm relatively new at this.
Set up for 5 gal batch assuming 74% efficiency. Not a bad starting place unless you know your system/setups efficiencies. Which most calculators will adjust. Brewersfriend, Beersmith, Biermacht (good mobile app for android), etc...
16.5 Plato 16.5P
.73# Carafa III
.65oz Sterling @60 ~21IBUs
.5oz Mittelfrueh @60 ~9IBUs
.4oz Sterling @10 ~2.5IBUs
.75oz Mittelfrueh @10 ~2.5IBUs
That is a good starting point. You can adjust from there
As far as mash goes for an All grain recipe is usually recommended