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Old 05-13-2013, 03:21 AM   #1
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I have found a local source of emmer and I want to use it in a wit. I would appreciate hearing if anyone has used it or other grains in a similar grains.


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Old 05-13-2013, 04:51 AM   #2
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I have found a local source of emmer and I want to use it in a wit. I would appreciate hearing if anyone has used it or other grains in a similar grains.
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/emmer-238915/

I found this thread. It might help some.
That's all I got sorry.


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Use seems pretty limited. I did get pointed toward this http://brewingwithwheat.com/because-...ker-for-emmer/

I am going to proceed with my wit and I will update this accordingly.
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Do keep us posted.

Not finding much does have me interested now.
Depending on your experience I my try it too.

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I've been doing some equipment upgrades but plan on brewing this one this weekend.
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I finally got to brewing this.

I ended up boiling the emmer separately so the starches would be accessible. When boiled this stuff makes oats look like water. I am fairly certain you could build a wall out of it.

Gravity came out lower than expected though I am not sure whether it was the emmer or the fact that I had to use a different mill. My barley crusher died first thing on brew day.

Beyond that things went smoothly and it is fermenting away at 68 degrees.

Updates to follow.
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I tasted it at kegging and it tasted like a wit. I didn't detect anything added by the emmer.

Will update once it goes on tap.


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