Fermentables.

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  1. bmbundy2

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    i am getting ready to brew a Cali Creamin Clone. there are a lot of fermentables. Is it suggested that i throw all of them into the mash tun together right at dough in? or should i add the oats, or corn later in the mash
     
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    throw it all in at once, no reason not to
     
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    Amen brother you wanna extract em you gotta let them amelayse play:D!
     
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    Is there any reason why Porridge Oats can't be used instead of the Flaked Oats that the Homebrew shops sell? It works out at less than half the price weight for weight but is there any difference in the useability?
     
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    That's what I use but I dont use much oats in my beers...
     
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    None whatsoever. As long as you don't mean steel-cut oat grits. They need a cereal mash.
     
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    I use Quaker quick oats for my flaked oats.
     
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