That's great news, thanks for the update
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Freeze concentration is essentially considered distilling from a BATF legal perspective. They consider that a no no.No they don't. Basic Brewing Radio talked directly to TTB about it, and they said it was cool. IIRC, no problem for homebrewers, and for pros they need to pay some taxes, that's it.
Second, if I were to covert this to extract I would substitute the two row and Munich for 8.8 gallons of extract (You can multiply the base grains by .75 to get the amount of extract needed) , replace the wheat malt with wheat flakes (or omit it altogether). Steep the flaked wheat and the rest of the grains before adding the extract. It won't be a perfect clone, but it'll get close.Really, 8.8 gallons of extract in a 5 gallon batch?
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You must not know where Drew went to school...
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Well it was more of an acknowledgement that we had strayed from the path...
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