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- 4° L
- All Grain
- 6 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 29 IBU
- 4.7 % ABV
Strike at 162 degrees, with water profile yellow and balanced. We used 5squared mash stabilizer (5T, 1T/gal). Mash at 143 for 30min. At 30min into the mash, we added .8gal of boiling water to the mash which was at 142degrees. The temperature stayed the same, lol. During entire mash process, we were very careful to keep hot water connection against bottom of mash tun. After 1hr mash, our first runnings og with temp adjust was 1.073. Runnings and sparge lasted for ____hr. Preboil OG. ...
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