Re: Pale Malt Maris Otter 25kg Crushed,
- Thanks for the response and info. Looks like a bit of work involved but luckily my processing equipment from my beekeeping should be able to double for this process.
During further research I have found a supplier for reasonably priced, barley liquid malt extract (un Hopped), and fancy doing a strait run using that, as it is pretty strong tasting stuff I might be tempted to put a bit extra sugar in as well. My most resent project was using this type of malt extract and it would appear to be turning out well so I might continue in that direction and see if I can produce something that I am content with.
Any one got any thoughts on this process.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jamesonbeam1" <jamesonbeam1@...> wrote:
> Hi Piro,
> In addition to ZB's information, might also want to read thru Tony's
> information at: http://homedistiller.org/wash-grain.htm#mashing
> <http://homedistiller.org/wash-grain.htm#mashing> Make sure you
> understand what going on and striking temps, etc.
> --- In email@example.com, "The Piro" <thepiro@> wrote:
> > Afternoon Gentlemen
> > Long time no post, still working away with my 4Ltr air still
> > I have been working with 25 Ltr batches using various recopies based
> on liquid barley malt extract, my last attempt was based on 2 X 1.5 Ltr
> tines and produced 4.5 Ltr at 56%. I put it into a demijohn 2 weeks ago
> with a hand full of Glengourmet whisky soaked chips that are normally
> used for barbequing, been shaking it every day since and dipped my
> finger in to day; this is going to be really nice stuff in a month or
> > I am looking to start using, Pale Malt Maris Otter 25kg Crushed, as I
> have found a reasonably priced UK supplier and would be grateful if some
> one could give me a recipe for turning it into a malt. I will be making
> 25 LT batches.
> > Regards
> > The Pyro