Here's an example,my brew last week:
Riwaka Pale Ale (OG 1047)
0.500 kg Dry Malt Extract - Light (31.75%)
0.500 kg Lager Malt (31.75%)
0.500 kg Mild Ale Malt (31.75%)
0.075 kg Crystal 80 EBC Pale/Medium (4.76%)
15.0 g Northern Brewer Pellet (7.5% Alpha) @ 45 Minutes 1. There is 1.075 kg of grain in the recipe, so I heated 6.5 litres of water to 75C while I prepared the grains.
10.0 g Riwaka Pellet (5.1% Alpha) @ 10 Minutes
10.0 g Riwaka Pellet (5.1% Alpha) @ 5 Minutes
10.0 g Riwaka Pellet (5.1% Alpha) @ Hop tea or dry hop
2. I put my grain bag in the pot and stirred in the grains.
3. I added some cold water (stirring well) as the temp was a bit too high, and got it to 68C.
4. I put the lid on and put a fleece over the pot (and a cushion on top!)
5. I left the pot alone for 45 mins, and weighed out my hops.
6. After 45 mins I removed the fleece and put the heat on, and raised the temp to 76C, stirring well several times.
7. I lifted the bag out and plonked it on a colander I'd placed on another pot.
8. I brought the wort up to boiling, adding the wort that dripped out of the bag on the way and 4 litres of water, to get me closer to my target volume of 10 litres.
9. Once boiling, I added the 45 min hops, and 35 mins later I added the 10 min hops, and the 5 min hops 5 mins after that. I switched off 5 mins later, after a total of 45 mins of boiling.
10. I stirred in my DME.
11. I cooled the wort in the sink while sterilising my FV, thermometer and hydrometer.
12. After about 30 mins I transferred the wort to the FV ( I left the hops in this time so didn't need to sterilise a sieve) I topped up with cold water to 10 litres. It was below 25C so I took a hydrometer reading and pitched the yeast.