With 18 oz of diastatically active malts out of 42 oz total, I'd worry about conversion. You might want to add half a pound of base malt just to be sure.
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Long story even longer, I was planning on putting my one gallon batch on some blackberries as an experiment but now I am thinking I will put the whole 6 gallon batch on berries to try to cover this camp fire taste. does it seem like that might work?
Gotcha. I'm starting to feel like it's okay as long as the ambient temperature stays between 58F and 63F. The beer should be fine. Don't see a reason to worry otherwise.
Does anyone know how to get access to the original article from "Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences?"
That's friggen hilarious! Can't believe you got snow already.
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There is no such thing as secondary fermentation.