Originally Posted by cheezydemon3
Not even close. Also your temps may be hard to nail down correctly and you might not get the full value from the 2 row.
I would leave the recipe as-is and just add the 2 row. If you knock it out of the park, you may have a little more alcohol.
Better that than taking out DME and ending up with a weak beer.
Thanks for this response. Doing a first PM tonight, and was worried about undershooting my gravity without proper PM technique. Sounds like the better idea is to treat it more like a steep with a bit more temp control, rather than subtracting any extract, at least at first?
In the end, oh no, i might get over 6% abv...
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