Looking at the recipe that was provided, the non-enzymatic items used are:
8 oz. Raw barley
4 oz. Flaked corn
4 oz. Dextrine malt (Cara-Pils)
To covert the sugars your supposed to mash it with enzymatic grains (type 1 or 2), but his recpe apparently doesn't call for any type one or two...
Ill do the leg work and work out the conversion after the Packer game (thank god for Sunday Ticket), hell, I need to learn how to do it some day. Ill post what I come up with to see if you guys think it looks good.
I didn't know that about the rice syrup, and Ill also look to see how that...
Matt, the recipe looks like others I have seen, so hopefully it turns out for you. The problem for me is that I don't know how to covert an AG to extract, can anyone help me do the conversion of this recipe?
Again, thanks to all and your help!
I appreciate that you would be willing to look into it for me if this doesn't work out.
On a side note, I'm quite jealous of your HERMS set up, its a wet dream of mine to construct something of that magnitude in the near future. Hopefully after Im out of grad school in a year and move into...
Just as the title states. I moved away from Wisc. and am going through withdrawl from Spotted Cow.
So here is the challenge, who thinks they can best duplicate Spotted Cow.
Ive found a couple of recipes, but they are not true extract recipes, and I do not have the resources (equipment...
Probably a dumb question, but where did you get that epoxy top. Im looking in to building something similar and Id love to have a UW Badger top. Thanks in advance.
By the way, your keezer looks very good.
I brewed a very similar brew yesterday (the NB kit, plus 1# of XL-DME), and was thinking of dry hopping 1oz of Cascades in the secondary for the last 7 days, do yall think that might be too overpowering?