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The use of malt extract in homebrewing.

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I would be suspect of these. Check the ingredient list. Corn syrup is not so bad, but if there's a lot of preservatives or ANYTHING with dairy or oil, then I wouldnt use it.
answered Nov 7 '12 by Graham
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Larger/Better homebrew shops will sell you liquid extract in take-away containers in the exact weight that you need. My local shop JUST started doing this, as its not too cheap. First time I ever saw …
answered Feb 16 '12 by Graham
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. In the case of hopped malt extract, the bitterness has already been extracted for you, and the extract itself is totally sterile as its already been boiled down to a concentrate. HOWEVER, the water … that you add to the extract, plus the extra sugar (if any) might very well have contaminants in them which could cause off flavors in your beer. If you don't want to do a big boil, here's what I would …
answered Jan 6 '12 by Graham
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recipe some LDME until the target gravity is where I want it to be. Whenever I've done this, the measured gravity of the final wort going into the carboy is pretty much exactly the gravity that Hopville predicted once I add in the extract. …
answered Jul 2 '12 by Graham