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Old 10-03-2007, 04:20 PM   #11
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Flipping through the recipes I found a Pale Ale with “Other Ingredients: 1lbs corn flakes, secondary.” Anybody care to explain?
Haha, I just came across that myself. I can't picture what good a pound of corn flakes would do in the secondary. Not only that, but how many boxes of corn flakes do you need to comprise one pound? Corn flakes are rather light.


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Old 10-03-2007, 04:25 PM   #12
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I think that makes it a breakfast pale ale right



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That could be it, the perfect hair of the dog breakfast ale.

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now I'm hungry or was it thirsty, I get them confused sometimes

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Old 10-03-2007, 06:21 PM   #15
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http://www.austinhomebrew.com/product_info.php?cPath=178_21_71_126&products_id=1 27
Pregelatinized yellow corn flakes (flaked maize) can be used as a cereal adjunct. The pregelatinized flakes will give a higher yield and a more trouble-free brew than a conventional flaked corn. Also, the corn has been degermed (the oil removed), eliminating rancidity. Using flaked maize as an adjunct produces a lighter color in the finished beer without lowering the original gravity. It produces a drier, crisp beer with a mild, less malty flavor.
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I've had it a while and from what I've seen most of the recipes look reasonable.

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Pregelatinized yellow corn flakes (flaked maize) can be used as a cereal adjunct. The pregelatinized flakes will give a higher yield and a more trouble-free brew than a conventional flaked corn. Also, the corn has been degermed (the oil removed), eliminating rancidity. Using flaked maize as an adjunct produces a lighter color in the finished beer without lowering the original gravity. It produces a drier, crisp beer with a mild, less malty flavor.
Wow, thanks brewt00l! That actually makes sense. I wouldn't think you'd be wanting to throw some Kellogg's into your beer!!


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