Your Malt COA is a valuable brewing tool if you know how to use the listed numbers. It can be a roadmap to maximize your malt during a brew day and that will result in better beer. Ashton Lewis, who works for Rahr Malting and BSG in addition to being BYO’s Technical Editor, will walk you through Malt COAs so you can understand the key numbers to focus on to get a better handle on the malt you are about to use. Then he’ll give you tips how to translate those numbers into actual brewing procedures and strategies in the brewhouse. You’ll leave with a better understanding how to study your Malt COAs to come up with brewing plans to get the most from your malt.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING MANAGER, BREWERS SUPPLY GROUP
TECHNICAL EDITOR, BREW YOUR OWN MAGAZINE
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