Author Topic: 1968 in No-Crystal AIPA (Mash Temp Help)  (Read 1398 times)

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Re: 1968 in No-Crystal AIPA (Mash Temp Help)
« Reply #15 on: May 16, 2013, 02:23:38 PM »
Go back and maybe listen to Matt from Firestone on CYBI when he is discussing Union Jack?  He recommended the White Labs equivalent and they do a modified step mash at 144-146F and then raise to 158F, I believe.  He also gives their fermentation profile and I am pretty sure their attenuation gets close to your desired goal.  It may be worth visiting.  It's been awhile since I listened to that episode, so don't remember it exactly...

Firestone Walker may be getting good attenuation because of their Burton Union system.  That would certainly keep the yeast in suspension.
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