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- 3° L
- All Grain
- 12.5 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 0 IBU
- 8.3 % ABV
heat water and 10Ibs of corn. sat for about 10 hrs. bring temp to 108F and add grains. Hold at 104 for 30-45 min. bring to 140F and hold for 30-45 min. bring ph up to 5.7. bring to 155F. add Alpha emzymes and hold for 30-45 min. do a iodine test shoud come back clear. pull grains and sparge with cold water to 12.5 gal. use sanitaized wort chiller to cool it down. bring ph down to 4.7 during cool down. check SG during cool down. add sugar to reach your OG during cool down. OG was 1.081
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