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mudman:

--- Quote from: Slowbrew on December 18, 2012, 07:41:49 AM ---I have never (and likely, will never) use Ovaltine in a beer but I did make a Grape Nut Brown Ale once.  It turned out pretty well.  I really couldn't pickup much from the Grape Nuts but the novelty got people to try it.   :)

Paul

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Yes, after mashing the oats, wheat, and Grape Nuts the wort looked and smelled excellent.  I should have stopped there. :P

Jimmy K:
I looked at a jar of Ovaltine the other day and DME was the third ingredient. Sugar was first and I can't remember the second, but if it is more sugar than malt that will not be as good for sure!

bunderbunder:
Sugar, maltodextrin, toasted defatted soy flour, barley malt extract, whey, and a bunch of other stuff.

I'm curious to know what kind of attenuation you can get out of it.

mudman:

--- Quote from: bunderbunder on December 18, 2012, 07:52:15 PM ---Sugar, maltodextrin, toasted defatted soy flour, barley malt extract, whey, and a bunch of other stuff.

I'm curious to know what kind of attenuation you can get out of it.

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Don't forget the dry milk.  Anyone for Maltodextrin Milk Saison?

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