Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby Ancient Abbey » Wed May 04, 2016 3:57 pm

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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby Brody » Wed May 04, 2016 4:11 pm

Preboiling the water as well?
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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby Ancient Abbey » Wed May 04, 2016 6:20 pm

No, straight out of the RO
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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby wobdee » Wed May 04, 2016 6:39 pm

My scale reads to the mg so I'm pretty close to100mg but usually go a bit over
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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby bjanat » Wed May 11, 2016 7:24 am

It seems nobody likes corona mills. But would they be OK/less bad if the malt is conditioned?


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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby brewcrew7 » Wed May 11, 2016 11:22 am

I started about 10 years ago with a corona mill and still use it from time to time on small batches. I moved away from it on larger batches since now I can mill my own grain at my LHBS. I've never tried malt conditioning, but if I did, using the corona would be my immediate option to go straight into the mash at home. I would suppose the conditioning would help with the shredding that corona mills typically do.
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Re: Working through Kunze: Wort Production, Malt Milling (3.1)

Postby Weizenberg » Sun May 15, 2016 6:12 pm

This one (made in Germany), served me well thus far http://www.mattmill.de/mattmill-kompakt/
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