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Old 02-27-2013, 02:39 AM   #1
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I've yet to do a protein rest,but wondering if I might need one for this grain bill. Thoughts?

5 lbs American 2 row
1lbs American 6 row
1 lbs Munich 10
1 lbs. flaked corn
1 lbs minute rice

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Sorry, that's .5 lbs rice

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No, you don't need a protein rest with that grainbill.

You can do a single infusion mash, and it'll work out great.

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