Flaked & Unmalted Adjunct Grains

Adjuncts are unmalted, starchy … things (normally understood to be a cereal grain, but homebrewers have been known to use things like pumpkin and potatoes, too). Examples of brewing adjuncts are flaked barley, flaked oats, maize, and torrified wheat, among others. These grains can add some characteristics to extract beer but they really need to be mashed to unlock their full potential. Learn more about Malt Here

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