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    Experimenting with wild grains

    Good point. I wonder if the species matters at all (probably not) the common species around here is australis. Perhaps using other grains in conjunction with it might be beneficial, if not necessary.
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    Experimenting with wild grains

    Do you think standard malting directions, like those found here BYO - Make Your Own Malt would work?
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    Experimenting with wild grains

    Hello all. I'm new to the forum, brewed a couple batches in the past. I have always been interested in foraging, I collect mushrooms, berries, edible plants and such. What I was considering was using Phragmites, a common reed (and pesky invasive), to malt and, hopefully produce a batch of...