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Old 09-11-2012, 02:53 PM   #11
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Can you buy Munich DME?
I've never seen it, although, I have never exactly looked for it either.


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Old 09-13-2012, 02:59 AM   #12
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I tried, but didn't find it... some threads on here seem to indicate it's not available.
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I was thinking to look at midwest & NB to see if theirs is 100% Munich. It'd be good to know for future reference. Dito on the Marris Otter LME.
**Midwest is briesse,so only 50% Munich. NB's is said by them to be a 50/50 mix of pale & munich malts. I'd like to know if 100% munich can still be had. The one mentioned in the book might no longer be available,or he got it from a German inport source.
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......I've been told I'm not going to mash.
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How's that?

This is a perfect scenario to do a PM.
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Just looked at morebeer.com. Their's is a 50/50 mix as well. Looked in a few more places,no go. All 50/50's. Even highgravityhomebrew.com uses the briesse & mixes more pale with it. Or they get the 100% from briesse,& mix it 50/50 themselves. You'd have to read the description at; http://www.highgravitybrew.com/produ...nich-p2856.htm
Even looked up briess on nextag,same 50/50 mix. I wonder if there's some commercial connection only stuff involved with getting it 100%?
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How's that?

This is a perfect scenario to do a PM.
He was likely planning on extract with steeping grains. But you are correct. This would be an opportunity to try a PM if the OP so chooses. Although, it sounds to be as though he is trying to simplify things.
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Since I'm doing my brew during naptime for kids I was told I couldn't take the extra time to do a mash.
Extract with grains is what the plan is.
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Well I knew there had to be some type of logical explanation!


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