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Conroe wrote: That book calls for 100% Munich extract and that is very hard to find. You'll have to adjust the recipe accordingly.
Conroe wrote:Briess Amber does have some Munich in it..
mbernhardt wrote:Well, Oak Barrel sells a 50% blend with the other half 2-row. I've just emailed Jamil about what he actually uses when he calls out Munich, and where he gets it. I'll post the answer when I have it.
majorvices wrote:Hundreds of dollars? You could probably get everything you need for around $150 bucks. The expensive part would be the outdoor burner and kettle. But I got mine for around 70 bucks and it came with an 8 gallon stainless kettle. All you need to do then is install a ball valve on the kettle and rig up a chiller from some copper. Then pick up a cooler from wall mart and a stainless steel water return line braid and you are in business for a mash tun. All grain doesn;t have to involve lots of fancy equipment and you save a ton of money on ingredients.
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