I am going to brew the Thunderstruck all grain batch this weekend and have some amylase that I picked up with my grain bill. My thinking at the time was that some extra amylase in the mash could help convert the starches from the pumpkin. my thinking at the time was that that is an aweful lot of pumpkin compared to the two row... just want to shoot for max efficiency. good idea?
Also a side question for the future about amylase. If I decided I wanted to do, oh lets say a white wheat and sorachi smash, could I convert just wheat using bottled amylase? otherwise adding two row would make it not a smash.