The guy at the brew shop assured me these little bottles had alpha and beta. They don't. Just alpha. So I currently have 10 gallons of starchy corn sludge in my BOP and no malt on hand. And the bastards at the brew shop won't grind it for you anyway. That's a problem for a guy with no grain mill. This is why arsons happen.
Point is, don't buy this product expecting to mash with it alone. Is Mile Hi the best place to buy enzymes?
Hey Mud, I have the same bottle of that stuff. It isn't real clear from the label, eh?
I got my enzymes from Mile Hi. Couldn't find any other distributor unless you want to buy 50lb drums from China. Mile Hi must be making a killing on these enzymes, the 50lb drums are WAY cheaper per lb.
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Thanks guys. Big batches, VB. 40 gallons at a time. The food processor will die of fright. Looking at mills right now trying to decide between a crankandstein and barley crusher. Gonna make an order from Mile Hi tomorrow.
So will the Crosby & Baker Amylase work if you added beano for the beta amylase part of the conversion?I've got some of the C&B myself and wondered why things didn't seem to convert well.I know that barley malt will do the job,but I don't want to add it to every run(rice).Some times you just don't want the malt flavor.Thanks