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What difference does the crush make for steeped grains?
I'm wondering if I need to be mindful of how well my grains are crushed if I'm just using them for steeping. Do I need to get my LHBS to crush my grains or use the rolling pin / bag method? Or can I ...
Aug 11 '12 at 0:10
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