yeah, they are told what they are supposed to say as far as air drying and what not. I never air dried it.
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just sayin', it can be done without going down the road of having investors it just may take a little longer.
... But only if you personally have some money.
Unless those folks are going to shut down the border and prevent the import of that equipment and the associated supplies, they are wasting time. In fact what they did was damage the livelihood of someone that 'built that' business. Alabamans need to use this to get this law updated.
I have to say in my opionion Lindemans Framboise wasn't any good to start with so...
I'd dissagree about the cereal mash. A cereal mash is to make starches in hard grains available to the enzymes. Flaked maize avoids this by increasing the surface/body ratio so that water and enzymes can easily penetrate the kernel. Sweet corn is so juicy that just cutting the kernels off is going to expose any starches to the mash enzymes. I'd just smash the corn up and add it to the mash.
Re: Starter. I just went with two flasks and two stir plates and just ordered two vials.
That's what I would do if I brewed a 10g batch. I already have the flasks and stir plates and couldn't pass up the opportunity to ferment with two different yeasts in this situation.
It has a really mellow coffee like roast. This and blackprinz are hands down the best malt you will find from briess.
How many bags of this did you end up with from NHC? I had 5-6, but my cats ate a couple bags...