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Old 05-16-2011, 06:55 PM   #1
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Default Carapils AKA Dextrine Malt

Im getting ready to brew a Cocoanut Porter at this writing and Im going to be adding 8oz of Carapils to it and Im wondering is it best to include it with the grains. Im doing a partial mash with this recipe and after talking to a few people I decided to add this but I failed to ask when. So what is anyones opinion on this matter.
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It goes in with all your other grains.
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Yes, add it with the rest of the grains.
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Just add it to your partial mash and mash as usual.
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EDIT....I didnt read that correctly, yes add with other grains!
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Never mind...Slim correct his statement.
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Thanks all, that's what I thought but just wanted to be 100% sure. I'm leaving extract brewing in the rear view mirror and kind of stepping out on my own with my own recipes doing partial mash...The Next step in this great beer odyssey will be all grain..
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Don't be the guy at the LHBS that separates his individual grains for a batch of beer.
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Don't be the guy at the LHBS that separates his individual grains for a batch of beer.
People actually do that? Talk about anal...
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wow, OCD to the MAX!!!
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