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cowboy3829

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I need someone to convert this recipe for me, please. I haven't learned how yet. Thanks.
10lbs 2 row
2lbs crystal 10L
1lb flaked corn
1lb flaked oats

I'm not adding the hops or yeast because it should be the same
 

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The Crystal 10 should be mashed too, ideally.
So that's 4 pounds of "adjuncts" that will require 3-4 pounds of 2-row to keep the average diastatic power (DP) of the grist mix (7-8 pounds) above 35 or 40. That's a big partial mash!

How large is your kettle?
 
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The Crystal 10 should be mashed too, ideally.
So that's 4 pounds of "adjuncts" that will require 3-4 pounds of 2-row to keep the average diastatic power (DP) of the grist mix (7-8 pounds) above 35 or 40. That's a big partial mash!

How large is your kettle?
I have an 8gallon, a 5 gallon, and a keggle. But I've been super busy lately and I've been trying to find a way to do this inside and a little quicker with extract
 

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It's the unmalted corn and oats. Unless there are substitutes for them you're pretty much stuck doing some level of mashing with grain that provides the enzymes (ie: your base malt)...

Cheers!
 
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