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How much Malto Dextrine or Cara Pils is needed to mimic higher mash temps?
So from what I've read, a lot of professional brewers mash all their beers at the same temps (usually around 150F), and use ingredients to adjust the "body" or "sweetness" of the final beers. At their ...
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