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The use of malt extract in homebrewing.

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malt bottles inside of this to moderate the viscosity. I am wondering if heating the liquid malt extract like this prior to the boil had any type of consequences. …
asked Jul 5 '14 by Matthew Moisen
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usual. I added enough water to bring the total to approximately 4.5 gallons, because I was worried about diluting it more than I was supposed to. For extract brewing, should I always bring it to 5 gallons (or w/e the company you use tells you to), regardless of whether or not I poured the sludge in? …
asked Mar 19 '14 by Matthew Moisen
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I order extracts from NB and most of them come with a disposable mesh bag with specialty grains, the instructions specifying to take the grains out after the temperature reaches 170*F. After pulling …
asked May 21 '14 by Matthew Moisen
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I am just an extract brewer; I buy everything from NB. The instructions say: "Fill primary fermenter with 2 gallons of cold water, then pour in the cooled wort. Leave any thick sludge in the bottom …
asked Mar 13 '14 by Matthew Moisen
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I extract brew, and the kits I buy from NB tell me to add cold water to the wort to get a total of 5 gallons, and then aerate before adding the yeast. However, if I do this I will always have more …
asked Jan 13 '14 by Matthew Moisen