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Old 03-16-2011, 06:26 PM   #1
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I'm using in a 25L batch of chocolate porter 500 grams of toasted quick oats, do i need to add base malt to help convert it? if so, how much?

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I'm using in a 25L batch of chocolate porter 500 grams of toasted quick oats, do i need to add base malt to help convert it? if so, how much?
Yes, oats must be mashed with a basemalt. An equal amount of two-row or six-row woud be sufficient.
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What if all you are trying to do is obtain some of the smoother mouth-feel, and not trying to convert?

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What if all you are trying to do is obtain some of the smoother mouth-feel, and not trying to convert?
Unconverted starches will leave a starch in the wort.
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