Add Mash Steps for Planning the Perfect Conversion
If you are an extract brewer you can ignore this step. Mashing is a simple technique in which your malted grains are soaked and the amylase enzymes from the grains convert their starch to fermentable sugars.
Enter any specific brewing steps needed to reproduce this recipe.
Examples: steep specialty grains at 168F for 20 minutes, Ferment at 68F for 14 days, etc.