Integral Flaked Barley in a stout?

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Integral Flaked Barley in a stout?

Postby rui » Mon Mar 27, 2017 09:59

A friend gave me two bags of flaked barley but integral (400g each), can I use them to brew a stout?? should i mill it, like i do with the grain, or its not necessary? usually i do a glucan rest, should i keep the same modus operandi?

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Planning: Raspberry Witbier, , Bitter, Porter
FV1: BIAB#41 Robust Porter
FV2:
FV3:
keg1:BIAB#39 American ipa
keg2: BIAB#38 BEST BITTER
bottled and conditioning: BIAB#37 blonde ale,
drinking: BIAB#27 American pale ale
Barril de carvalho francês (French oak barrel) fermention stage: 500L of rose wine
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Re: Integral Flaked Barley in a stout?

Postby robwalker » Mon Mar 27, 2017 15:16

It's good to go if it's flaked. Fine in a stout - it'll add a natural haze.
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Re: Integral Flaked Barley in a stout?

Postby dmfcb750 » Tue Apr 04, 2017 14:10

In a stout, I wouldn't imagine the haze to be a problem. So, I wouldn't do anything different. Do not mill it though. Gums up the mill.

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