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- 5° L
- All Grain
- 1 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 11 IBU
- 5.3 % ABV
Mashing at lower temps (149) to produce crisper flavors and mouth feel. Sparged at 185 and resulted in 166F mash temp. Need 190F Sparge temp. Probably going to need to add lactic acid to bring sour flavor. Acidulated malt was supposed to do the same, but should be used in 20-50% of grist. Only used about 25% and did not have a very sour flavor come through. Did not test mash PH though. Got a stuck sparge, need to increase the amount of rice hulls.
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