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brewinhard
09/10/09 07:28 PM  
Souring wort vs. mash
Just wanted to see what everyone thought about this one. When doing a sour mash, is it more effective to sour the whole mash or to sour the wort after runoff?
petec
09/11/09 12:48 PM  
Re: Souring wort vs. mash
souring the wort enables you to better control the sourness by having some soured wort and some unsoured wort.

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brewinhard
09/12/09 10:14 PM  
Re: Souring wort vs. mash
So, if I soured a full batch of wort (5.5 gallons or so) would that end up being too intense of a sourness if done for say 48 hrs. around 120 degrees or so?
tankdeer
09/14/09 02:51 PM  
Re: Souring wort vs. mash
I've only ever soured the entire wort. And no, it wasn't too sour. But it is hit and miss as to the quality of the funk, but that is true of all sour mashes
 
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