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Old 03-20-2012, 04:26 PM   #1
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Default Dry Irish Stout - Flaked Barley - Do I Crush?

On a whim, I decided to buy an AG kit from my LHBS store of a Dry Irish Stout. My siblings love stouts and thought I'd make some beer for them.

I brought the kit home and will crush the grains in the next couple days ahead of my Saturday brew day.

It has 2-row (6#), flaked barley (1#), and roasted barley (1#) for its grain bill.

I've never brewed with flaked barley. Do I crush that along with the 2-row and roasted barley??

As always, thanks in advance.

Just let me know.

Thanks,

Chris


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Old 03-20-2012, 04:32 PM   #2
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Nope just the barley And pale. Flaked are treated with steam and crushed. So no need. Same with flaked oats.


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My last couple AG brews have been "family style". I mash in the afternoon, collect my wort, and put a lid on it (all during my son's nap). After all the kids are down, I get my boil on. I really didn't think I smacked my Irish Ale (Wyeast Labs #1084) very hard but the top seal burst open. Yikes! I think I lost about 1/3 of my liquid yeast and quickly shoved the rest in a ziplock bag. Finished the boil, cooled the wort down, and pitched. Bubbling away next morning. On the brighter side, I hit 87% brew house efficiency. I've been at 60 - 70% my last 5 brews and think I got 'er dialed in now. Here are some pics from brew day. Will let you know how it turns out. Cheers. ~Chris


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