Convert Partial Mash Recipe to All Grain

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Isaacf

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I found this recipe and am hoping you can help tweak it to all grain. I don’t know what to use to replace the DME and I imagine replacing it will alter the amount of grains I am using for each type. Would the hop additions need to change as well?

4.5lbs 2 row
1lb crystal 40
1lb carapils
1lb wheat
3lbs coopers light DME
 

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4.5lbs 2-row sounds like it's almost all-grain already...i'd just say bump the 2-row up to 9-12lb's, but i'm to drunk to do the work to see how much right now...
 

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Just replace the DME with enough 2-row to hit the same OG as the recipe based on your system's efficiency.
Nothing else needs to change.
 

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I don’t know what to use to replace the DME and I imagine replacing it will alter the amount of grains I am using for each type.
http://barleypopmaker.info/links-an...-grain-recipe-equivalents-to-common-extracts/ . Note that there can be some variation in malt extract between manufacturers so you may want to check the manufacturers product information sheets for 'best results'.

https://www.jaysbrewing.com/2011/11/17/lazy-chart-for-converting-dme-lme-grain/ . Note that the chart assumes 75% mash efficiency.
 

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