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Old 06-20-2011, 03:20 AM   #11
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bobby how much corn u need I still got alot. I could bring it by when I come to get my pbw.
I might be in for some pils but not sure. I like the idea of the bunch of us going in on a bag of a high crystal as fiji said 11# is alot.
I could probably use 5 pounds of it.
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Old 06-20-2011, 04:35 AM   #12
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With the corn, what's the difference between using flaked corn/maize and doing a cereal mash with cornmeal? I've done the cereal mash, and it has seemed to work out well. I guess the flaked corn would be easier to use though...?

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Old 06-20-2011, 07:58 AM   #13
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With the corn, what's the difference between using flaked corn/maize and doing a cereal mash with cornmeal? I've done the cereal mash, and it has seemed to work out well. I guess the flaked corn would be easier to use though...?
Way easier, just chuck it in the mash. The lazy way is the only way.


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Old 06-20-2011, 02:23 PM   #14
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plus it doesn't add much flavor as where the cereal mashed cornmeal would add a little more of that corn flavor. I have done both and it really dont matter to me. I just do the cereal mash while heating the strike water. Normally by the time the strike is heated the cereal mash is done. I will bring ya 5#s here when I get my pbw.

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Old 06-20-2011, 07:28 PM   #15
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[QUOTE=Fijidave12;3017854]Hey guys, Bobby and I have discussed this a couple times in the past...what if we buy a few sacks of something like Special B or Roasted Barley, and then everyone can split it so we can get just a couple lbs each. I know I don't need 11# of Roasted Barley sitting around. Any other suggestions on grains we might want to split as a group?

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I know I will need a couple of pounds of;

CaraPils
Crystal 10L (or whatever name it goes by)

Now I just need a grain mill, hurry up Rebel!!!

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Bobby are you doing PBW with this as well?

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Bobby are you doing PBW with this as well?
We can do whatever you guys want to do. As long as we have enough interested parties we will buy whatever you guys want to buy. I wouldn't mind buying another couple of cases of Star San.
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I'd do 5-10# of PBW and something or other

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I could use a little roasted barley.

Anyone want to do a split of honey malt? I'm in for a 1/5 sack if we can get enough takers.

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Add some PBW to my order.

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