Re: Grain Milling

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On Tue, 17 Jul 2007 05:58:37 -0700, "YoungsterIX"

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Is it too late to contact the merchant to hold the order?  I use a
Corona-type mill, which is not ideal, as it shreds rather than
crushes, but I make good beer.  You could try a blender a little at a
time, taking care not to overdo it.  It will be pretty laborious, tho,
with a complete AG bill.

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Folks, don't forget that you can pick up the phone and talk to someone
in person! :)   Or you should be able to with a respectable supplier.


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While some folks on here have said that they have used a blender/food
processor before, it isn't something you want to plan on using every time.

It WILL probably work OK for this one batch if you have to do it -
JUST DON'T GRIND IT TO DUST!

Derric


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Yeah, I contacted B-cubed the next day, but the order aready shipped.  Darn
good service!

"JS" <jayceeessfouratfrontiernetdotnet> wrote in message
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Yeah, I got hold of the folks at B-cubed the next day (placed my order
on-line), but they'd aready shipped the order.  Darn good service, eh?

Al

"JS" <jayceeessfouratfrontiernetdotnet> wrote in message
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porter,
grain
need

Use a rolling pin on a hard surface.  You just need to split the
hulls and only somewhat crush the grain.  Be careful using a grinder
or food processer if you are going to mash the grain as the intact
but split hulls act as a filter when sparging.

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