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Old 12-14-2012, 05:31 AM   #11
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If your looking for fun, use only the 10L munich and toast some of it in your oven.
My LHBS had 9L. Didn't toast any myself, but SRMs came out in the mid-20s. I was surprised with the complexity of the Munich by itself!
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My LHBS had 9L. Didn't toast any myself, but SRMs came out in the mid-20s. I was surprised with the complexity of the Munich by itself!
I did a Munich / Tett SMaSH using the Weyermann grain that's in that same color range. Toasted a couple pounds and did a double decoction (one thick, one thin for mash-out). The beer came out excellent. Like yours, surprisingly complex. Congrats on making a great beer!

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