[Homeroast] Behmor 1600+ on order...

Jason Brooks brookswv at gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 10:10:08 CST 2015


Martin,
Thay recipie worked well. The Rwanda had good flavor. Have the last bit of
a Brazil DP I had roasted up. On about 36 hours rest, it was a nice
balanced roast. I'll check & see what it's like over the next few days. It
was around 12 oz roast taken to City +.

Jason

On Mon, Dec 7, 2015, 10:15 AM Jason Brooks <brookswv at gmail.com> wrote:

> Yes, 10.5 to 11 oz on 1# setting with P1. Resting now. I'll try to
> remember to post a few taste notes when I brew it.
>
> On Mon, Dec 7, 2015, 9:47 AM Steve Jacobs <steve.jacobs at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I don't really worry about how long it takes between first and second
>> crack. There are too many variables at play, such as ambient temperature,
>> bean mass, type of bean, etc. I roast once a week, year-round. So it's
>> anywhere from the high 90s to as low as 10 outside.
>>
>> I preheat the beans, then take them through first crack and 45 seconds
>> into
>> second crack, then shift into cooling mode.They always come out the exact
>> way I prefer them.
>>
>>  I have to extend roasting time with the "C" button more than a few
>> times, but that's because I run at least one pound in a batch and lately
>> have been stretching into 22 - 24 oz batches with good results. Large bean
>> mass means better control on temperature (but more chaff to deal with).
>>
>> The Behmor is a huge advancement over my earlier methods (whirly-pop &
>> stainless-steel dog bowl/heat gun).
>>
>> On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 7:27 AM, Martin Maney <maney at two14.net> wrote:
>>
>> > On Mon, Dec 07, 2015 at 11:20:14AM +0000, Jason Brooks wrote:
>> > > Used you recipie on roughly 11 oz of Rwanda i had left. Roasted
>> yesterday
>> > > afternoon. It started 1st crack earlier, but seemed to slow well and
>> only
>> > > got a pop or two of second.
>> >
>> > Did I post a recipie recently?!?  Oh, was this about the rough
>> > equivalence of 12 oz on P1 with 8 oz P3?
>> >
>> > I would say "snap or two" as that lets me omit "of second" in my notes,
>> > and that's one of my favorite roast levels.  Not for everything, but
>> > probably most Rwanda lots, yes.
>> >
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