HOMEBREW Digest #6101 Tue 07 October 2014

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  Dr. Lewis' Mash schedule ("Ken Haycook")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2014 11:25:44 -0600 From: "Ken Haycook" <k.haycook at sbcglobal.net> Subject: Dr. Lewis' Mash schedule I'm in between brews and got a little bored. I'm a data hoarder so this information comes from an old HBD from Janruary 1994. Pat Anderson published his notes of a talk by Dr. Michael Lewis given at Home Brew U on March 27, 1993 titled "GETTING THE MOST FROM AMERICAN MALT." Dr. Lewis espoused the idea that using a thick mash (1qt/lb?)and setting a mash temp of 131-140F for 20-30 Minutes and 158-167F for 20-30 minutes is all the mash that is needed for modern Malts. My question is if anyone has tried this schedule and what were the results? Thanks for any information you' all my provide. Ken Haycook, PMP Return to table of contents
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