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Old 03-27-2006, 02:37 AM   #1
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Anybody ever use it? I know a lot of folks use DME. How much would a fella use for a 5 gal. batch?

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Anybody ever use it? I know a lot of folks use DME. How much would a fella use for a 5 gal. batch?

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LME is 80% malt extract and 20% water. If you use 20% more you should be fine (you can also do the exact math if you want).

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