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Old 05-13-2011, 01:25 AM   #1
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I am trying to plan out a beer with a very high percentage of oats. The big question is how high of a percentage can I go and still get conversion? I am looking to use Northwest Pale 2-row which I believe has a diastic power of 125l and pregelatinized oat flakes. Thanks.


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I am trying to plan out a beer with a very high percentage of oats. The big question is how high of a percentage can I go and still get conversion? I am looking to use Northwest Pale 2-row which I believe has a diastic power of 125l and pregelatinized oat flakes. Thanks.
Are you using oat malt or oat flakes? I'd say you could go up to 30% oat flakes.


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I am going to use oat flakes. I was hoping to get to 45 or 50 percent but I didn't want to go out and get 6-row and would rather use the 2-row I have on hand. I guess 30 will have to be good enough. Thanks.
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I am going to use oat flakes. I was hoping to get to 45 or 50 percent but I didn't want to go out and get 6-row and would rather use the 2-row I have on hand. I guess 30 will have to be good enough. Thanks.
You could possibly go higher- if you have some iodine, and can test for conversion, and you're willing to take a few risks, you could push it to 40%. I never have, so I'm no expert on that!
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