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Old 09-26-2012, 12:11 AM   #1
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I'm making a partial mash IPA and my grain bill is as follows:

3lbs. 2 Row
1lb. Caramel 90L
1lb. Munich 10L
6lbs. Light DME

What does light DME consist of?

I ask this because I may be converting all of my partial mash recipes to all grain shortly. What is a good replacement grain for light DME?

 
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Old 09-26-2012, 12:14 AM   #2
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I'm making a partial mash IPA and my grain bill is as follows:

3lbs. 2 Row
1lb. Caramel 90L
1lb. Munich 10L
6lbs. Light DME

What does light DME consist of?

I ask this because I may be converting all of my partial mash recipes to all grain shortly. What is a good replacement grain for light DME?
Light DME is generally just two-row, with a titch of carapils in it. For 6 pounds LME, sub 10 pounds 2-row, plus a wee bit of carapils.
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