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Old 04-08-2010, 06:51 PM   #1
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Default Using Golden Promise

So I brewed a Pale ale this week using Golden Promise. Everything went well but when I was racking to the fermenter I noticed the wort look "milky". I have never used this malt before so is this common?

One other note, I noted when I crushed there was a higher percentage of flour than I usually have with MO or Canadian 2-row. The kernels looked nice and plump.

Mash was 152 ( started @ 157 brought down with ice)
Mashout 168
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