Step Mashing High Gravity Trappist beers

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RPIScotty

Re: Step Mashing High Gravity Trappist beers

Postby RPIScotty » Wed Feb 24, 2016 11:38 am

I'm thinking of modifying a Waring Pro single burner for use with my small pot.


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Beersk

Re: Step Mashing High Gravity Trappist beers

Postby Beersk » Wed Feb 24, 2016 1:52 pm

Kit_B wrote:Super low & gradual is the key.
You're not going to achieve 1*C/min without going low & gradual.

This something you've done with success, I presume?
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Re: Step Mashing High Gravity Trappist beers

Postby Kit_B » Wed Feb 24, 2016 4:06 pm

Indeed.
It's something that needs to be done for more than just regular step mashing.
If you are doing decoctions & you aren't following that basic rule, you are stunting enzymatic actions that you want/need.

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