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The use of malt extract in homebrewing.

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grain because it's an extract brew? For the toasted malt - would this be a good substitute? Available at last: the real Belgian BISCUIT malt. This very light-roasted malt with only 50 EBC of … colour, gives a biscuit/bread aroma to your beer. Use 5-15%. Also it says: 6 lbs. gold light malt extract Does this refer to plain old light malt extract? The site I order off doesn't seem to have specifically "gold light". …
asked Mar 3 '14 by TomSelleck
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Extract My supplies just arrived and my homebrew store substituted 3 x 1.5 Kg Cans of Dark LME with Amber LME. So I needed 5.5Kg of Dark LME in the first place, I now have 1 x 1.5Kg Dark LME and 3 x …
asked Dec 9 '15 by TomSelleck