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Old 11-09-2007, 10:28 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jjmadden08
So if you add the extract in during the last 15 mins. of the boil, will you still get a Hot Break from the grains? or will you get a hot break after you add the extract? sorry for the off topic, noob question, but making up a heff this weekend and dont want it to come out too dark. Thanks
Hot break usually comes more from grains. It really just protiens reacting to the boiling temperature. Extract has already been boiled, so there is usually little break when you add it to you brew. You may get a little break at the beginning of the boil, but not much. Go ahead and add most of the extract in the last 15 minutes, you'll get the lighter color you want.

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