I'm know this has been answered but I'm wondering if I should throw out a couple pounds of milled steeping grains from my last extract batch before I switched to BIAB. I figured I'd get back around to it by now but the reality I've found is with 5 gallon batches I'm not brewing super frequently because I can't really justify brewing it that much faster than I can drink it. I'm slowly increasing the amount I give away with each new batch as they improve but for now I'm on about a 1 brew a month pace. The grains I have are about 10 ounces of chocolate malt and just under a pound of Carafa III. They are in Ziploc bags and then wrapped in plastic wrap but not vacuum sealed or anything. It's been about 2 and a half months since I got them and it'll probably be about 3 months before I use any of it. My next brew is another batch of my SMaSH Blonde next week when my dad is in town (should be an interesting brew day) and then I'm planning a Citra blonde. Not super interested in changing up that schedule. Anyways sorry for the mega-post. The question is basically if the milled grains are going to be almost 6 months old by the time I use them should I just pitch them now? Also worth noting I won't be buying pre-milled grain anymore. Just finished putting together my mill assembly. Just need to attach some kind of spray shield but I have material for that.