hist-brewing: amylase in unmalted grain
fabricus at hvi.net
Sun Mar 7 08:26:35 PST 2010
Link to an old text with notes on amylase activity in unmalted grain:
Surprisingly, the claim is: rye has enough amylase in the raw grain
for self-conversion. Wheat showed partial conversion with the same
process, barley less so. I had been aware that there is amylase in
unmalted grain, but my impression was that it was closer to 'detectable'
It is time I did some experiments.
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