1. I thaught that I have read that malted rye is capable of converting itself, and I was also hoping that it would have enough diastatic power to also convert the Biscuit malt... am I asking too much out my Rye?
One more question if partial mashing with my grain bill that means that in the tun Rye is no longer 15% of the grain bill, so should I add rice hulls?
EDIT: Just saw
Originally Posted by 944play
Sure it can. Briess rye malt has a DP of 105 Lintner, which is probably JUST enough to convert the biscuit and honey.
Should I add a bit of 2 row in to be safe?
2. Mash time is 0 min I don't know how I left that off.
3. Bumped the IBUs up to 63 by uping the centennial 60 min bittering to 1 oz and the Amarillo up to 1 oz
Thanks for all the help!