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Re: what is the best way to dry homemade malt

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  • tgfoitwoods
    In Making Pure Corn Whiskey, Ian Smiley builds a layered wooden box with glo-cones and a fan to circulate the warm air. The layers work kinda like the layers
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      In Making Pure Corn Whiskey, Ian Smiley builds a layered wooden box with glo-cones and a fan to circulate the warm air. The layers work kinda like the layers in food dehydrators. He also notes that you need to use the malt in in a couple of weeks or it loses its diastatic enzyme powers.

      Zymurgy Bob, a simple potstiller Making Fine Spirits

      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "big mike" <micael1802@...> wrote:
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      > hi i want to make homemade corn malt. there is no malter close to me were i live in S.C. wisconsin . its a hour and a have to a home brow shop and thay don't have corn malt on hand and its cousting me to much. i want to make it in bulk how do i do it and dry it 50 lbs to a 100 lbs
      > i have been useing just crack corn from farm and fleet its not making as much as i would like. if if i had a 50/50 mix of store bought crack corn and corn malt i would have a better yeld
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