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The harvested seeds of various grass-related crops, such as barley, wheat and corn. Grains are usually malted, flaked, or roasted before being used by the brewer. Grains comprise the majority of the grist in an all-grain brew.

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Context: I bought a lot of grain in bulk, and have been going through it slower than expected. I stored it all in mouse-proof (but not airtight) containers. I ate a pinch of it the other day, and it … I cope with this? Will this cause problems for beers which I brew using these grains? Are there any general adjustments I should make to my process when brewing with older, less-crisp grain? Is this …
asked Jun 17 '12 by Zac B
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I buy most of my grain un-ground in bulk, because I don’t have a car my local HBS is way across town. Before brewing, I’ve been grinding grain using a food processor (with blades) until each kernel … is, on average, in three or four pieces. This probably isn’t optimal, though, and I have some general questions about how to do it better. How should I be grinding my grain? Is there an affordable …
asked Apr 2 '12 by Zac B