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Old 01-09-2013, 03:16 AM   #1
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Default Will a single step mash work with 100% Vienna Grain Bill

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I am going to be making a SMaSH recipe this weekend, and it will be using 100% GWM Vienna malt.

I was going to use 10lbs for a 5 gallon batch and was wondering if a single step mash of 1 hour at 152 degrees would be sufficient to fully convert? I have read most places that it will be.

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Yes, that should be fine.

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Did it last weekend.

An easy thing to do is to search for for a "typical analysis" for your brand of malt. Sometimes they outright tell you what % of the grist you can use it for. If not, "DP" or diastatic power > 40 is required.

http://countrymaltgroup.com/greatwestern.asp

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Did it last weekend.

An easy thing to do is to search for for a "typical analysis" for your brand of malt. Sometimes they outright tell you what % of the grist you can use it for. If not, "DP" or diastatic power > 40 is required.

http://countrymaltgroup.com/greatwestern.asp
That page is exactly what I tried searching for but couldn't find. Thanks, that's helpful!
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