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Old 10-09-2010, 12:18 AM   #1
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Default Mashing question,, need answer asap please

is there ANY benefit to a 90 minute mash using only 2 row.. crystal 20 and crystal 80? I am mashing right now and wondering why I am doing 90 minutes rather than 60???

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Old 10-09-2010, 12:20 AM   #2
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:20 AM   #3
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thats what I thought.. thanks

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Maybe a bit better efficiency but usually you're good to go after 60 minutes.

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Anyone going to ask the obvious? Like, WHAT TEMPERATURE?

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From what I understand, you only want to mash that long if you're mashing at a low temp, like 150 or below, to achieve full conversion.

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hmmmmmm NOW you tell me lol.....mashed at 148 for a little over 60 mins...did a barleywine....

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Barelywine @ 148. Seems low, i would think you would want to mash around 154 - 155

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Barelywine @ 148. Seems low, i would think you would want to mash around 154 - 155
I think I have screwed this one up anyway.... I guess we will see. missed my OG by quite a lot.
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That's why the beer gods created DME good luck. I hope it turns out great!

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