Partial Mash Homebrewing

In this homebrewing tutorial we teach you how to make beer at home using the partial mash process, sometimes referred to as “mini mash.” When partial mash homebrewing, a portion of the fermentable sugar is derived from grains through a “mashing” step, while the rest of the sugars come from malt extract. This process is ideal for the extract homebrewer looking to get familiar with the mashing step of all-grain brewing. Partial mash brewing can also be used by homebrewers of all levels if a high gravity beer recipe calls for more grains than your mash tun can hold. For more in depth information on making beer at home, grab a copy of How To Brew: Everything You Need to Know to Brew Great Beer Every Time (Fourth Edition) by John Palmer.

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