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Is malt + wheat still a SMaSH?

I would think not. SMaSH means single malt and a single hops. The point is simplicity and purity, where emphasize the flavor of a single malt and single hops. Adding additional ingredients will change ...
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Can you add additions to the primary?

If you don't have a secondary then, feel free to add them to your primary. You don't really have to worry much about making additions in your primary, I have done it many times in the past when I ...
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Malted vs unmalted flaked oats

Let's start with the difference of malted and unmalted and what flaked is. Malted is the process to allow a seed to begin germination then stopped when the seed has a specific amount of enzymes, ...
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Is malt + wheat still a SMaSH?

According to Drew Beecham's article in November/December 2012 Zymurgy and associated presentation (subscription required), the term SMaSH was coined on homebrewtalk.com and, of course means, Single ...
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Can you add additions to the primary?

I agree with previous answers: if you have no secondary, there's nothing wrong with chucking whatever you want to add into the primary. However, if your additions are highly aromatic, you may want to ...
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Can you add additions to the primary?

yes, go right ahead, that's what I did and it worked out fine.
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Is malt + wheat still a SMaSH?

Generally a SMASH is a simple recipe to experiment with a single ingredient at a time To be true to the acronym one would only be able to play with base malts and bittering hops. But this isn't the ...
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