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blkandrust

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I have some unmilled 2 row,that is about 1.5 yrs old.It has been kept dry inside original bag and inside a plastic tote.I have tasted this grain and it tastes fine.Will simply chewing some of the grain indicate if it is bad or not?.I'm assuming that since it tastes ok that it will be fine to brew with,is this correct?.Does spoiled grain taste spoiled in its whole state,or does it taste bad after being mashed?
 

ohiobrewman

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It's fine...Use it.
As long as it's been kept dry and in a container you are fine :)
 

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It's very dangerous to use at this point. It's so dangerous, you need to send it to me so I can dispose of it in an EPA approved manner. PM for address.

Edit: I will also need a large fee for disposal of this toxic material.
 
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