Flaked Corn per pound
Flaked corn is commonly found in British bitters and milds and in the past was used extensively in American light lagers. Properly used, corn will lighten the color and body of the beer without overpowering the flavor.
Use up to 10% for a dry, crisp characteristic in any beer, and up to 40% in American Style Lagers and Kentucky Common Style Beers.
Note: Sold by the pound.
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Grain Technical Data:
|Color Range °L:||0.8|
|Protein Total %:||10|
|Extract FG Dry:||75|
|Max Usage Rate %:||40|
|Flaked Corn Malt Analysis|
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