Recipe Out time

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  1. Apr 25, 2019 #1

    Neil1454

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    Hi,

    A recipe says to mash for 90mins @ 67C then an out time of 10mins @ 75C.
    Is the 10mins out time seperate to the 90 mash time or would I do the out time at 70 mins to make it a total of 90 mins?

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    ACBEV

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    Yes I would say so... Mash 90 minutes, then mash out for 10-20 minutes.

    I always mash for 90 minutes, then sparge at around 75c... Althouth the mash out probably doesn't matter.
     
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    Peter Scandlyn

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    You mash @ 67 for 90 mins then raise the temp to 75 and mash a further 10.

    Many don't bother with that mash out protocol.
     
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    Peter Scandlyn

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    Just a point on the mash out - I always find I can gain a few points of brix between end of mash and end of mash out, so I always do it.
     
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    If you have an easy way to raise the temperature for mash out (ie. direct heat mash tun, BIAB, Grainfather etc.) then go for it, but otherwise I wouldn't worry about it.
     

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