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Old 12-06-2012, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default Want to Mash Buckwheat

Ok, I want to try to use Buckwheat as a grain in my next brew. As I have mastered brewing extract beer. First off, anybody know any good articles on how to mash Buckwheat for an all grain brew? Or maybe a combination of
grain/extract. Also, lets say I do want to use Buckwheat as a grain. How many pounds of Buckwheat would I need to make a 4.5% or 5%? Any help would be appreciated.


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Old 12-06-2012, 09:28 PM   #2
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Are you planning on trying to malt it, or just roast it and use it along side things like honey/rice syrup etc?


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Old 12-07-2012, 05:15 AM   #3
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I used non malted buckwheat in a beer from Radical Brewing. Buckwheat Honey Black Beer. HBT advised a cereal mash. Worked out well.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/spel...22/index3.html

Look for a post by carnevoodoo, in the thread, Cereal Mash Explained, too.
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Yes I would like to mash it as an all grain brew. Can that be done?
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Well I malt and use buckwheat in pretty much all of my beers. I have found that depending on how you roast it, it depends on whether you get the strange buckwheat nutty flavour or not. I have found doing a crystal malt can get rid of it.
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Isn't buckwheat poisonous?
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you can get malted buckwheat and allot of other GF grains from Colorado Malting Company
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Isn't buckwheat poisonous?
Not at all! I've been eating buckwheat pancakes since I was a kid. They're delicious!


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