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Old 07-01-2006, 01:04 AM   #1
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OK I want to try to make Thomas Jefferson's Dunkelhefecornweizen (July/August 2006 BYO, page 38) but I have run into a bit of a problem. I cant find any Convertase MG-300 (Gluco-amylase enzyme formula) in the local area.

The recipie is below how much 6 row do ya think would have to be added to get enuff enzymes for good conversion?

4.2lbs wheat malt
3.9lbs flaked corn
1.6lbs carawheat
2.0lbs rice hulls
1/4tsp Convertase MG-300
1.2oz Cluster hops 8.2AAU
Wyeast 1056

mash at about 152 w/ 3-4 gallons of mash water (want a mas as thin as possible)
60 minute saccharification rest
sparge at 170
boil for 90
add hops at 60

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