What is SRM

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  1. Mad Chemist

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    Newbie Alert!
    In the recipe builder it list "SRM". What is it and what is it's effect on final product.
     
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    SRM stands for "Standard Reference Method" and is a method of quantifying the color of a beer.
     
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    Verry little!
     
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    2 would be a light straw colored beer, 40 would be a pitch black porter.
     

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