29589Re: 4th corn mesh
- May 31, 2008Thanks Jim
--- In email@example.com, "jamesonbeam1"
> Hey Bill,
> First step would be to learn how to spell M-A-S-H right, not
> Next, look up MASH or MASHING in the Info base and read up on it.
> There are several steps required to mashing and using malted
> or you can use enzymes or diastatic malt extract. It should be allmix
> in there.
> Vino es Veritas,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "daddyman00126"
> <daddyman00126@> wrote:
> > Hello folks.
> > For the past few months I have been working the corn flake with
> > meal mesh. I have just finished my 4th mesh and I am getting
> > confortable with it.
> > I got about 2.5 gallons of water boiling. I am able to add the
> > processed corn flakes straight to the boiling water without it
> > clumping up. I then use about 3/4 of a gallon of cool water to
> > corn meal into it and then pour that into my mesh pot. This is
> > can get the corn meal not to clump up.
> > When I do get it back up to boiling I will keep it at a slow boil
> > about an hour. Then I take the pot and put it into my sink and
> > cool water around the pot to cool it down. When I get it to 155FI
> > will put it back on the stove and add 1 pound of malted barley.45
> > just a few minutes the corn soup will thin out and get watery. I
> > put the flame on low and hold it between 140F to 155F for about
> > minutes.
> > This time I got very little scorching at the bottom of the pan.
> > 1 Box Corn Flakes 18 oz.
> > 2 Pounds of Stone Milled Corn Meal
> > 1 Pound of Malted Barley
> > 7 Pounds of Sugar
> > 3 Tablespoons of Distillers Nutrients
> > 1.5 Gallons of backset
> > 5 Gallons of filtered Water
> > 2 Packets of EC-1118 Yeast 5ml each
> > I got an SG 1.070 at 81F + .002 = 1.072 SG
> > I have been trying prepare myself for a full grain mesh. What
> > my next step be in preparing for a full grain mesh?
> > The best for last
> > BILL1BURP
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