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Old 05-08-2008, 03:35 PM   #1
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Default Briess 40L Crystal Malt Analysis

Hi Folks,

I am trying to find the technical analysis of Briess 40L Crystal Malt (repackaged by LD Carlson) so I can put the information into Beersmith.

Does anyone happen to have that information handy?

I looked on the Briess website but didn't find any pages containing technical analysis of their malts.

Thanks,

Alex

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Just use a standard Crystal Malt number(s) for points (1.034).

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Default Here is the closest one I could find in Beersmith

Crystal Light - 45L (Crisp)
United Kingdom
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Yield: 76.00 %
Type: Grain
Potential: 1.035
Color: 45.0
Coarse Fine Diff: 1.50 %
Max In Batch: 20.00 %
Moisture: 3.20
Must Mash: FALSE
Diastatic Power: 0.0
Protein: 13.20
Inventory: 0.00 lb
IBU: 0.000
Notes: Adds body, color and improves head retention.


I contacted Briess through their website - hopefully they will come back with an analysis.
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Yeah the really only important number is the gravity and color, which in your case is 40 Lovibond. The rest of it is proportionally less significant, so those numbers should be fine.

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http://www.brewingwithbriess.com/Ass...alt_40L_WK.pdf
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