DetailsRice Hulls are used to give your mash an effective filter bed. While they may be used in any all-grain batch for this purpose, they should definitely be used when mashing large amounts of flaked adjuncts or wheat malt.
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Package Size 1 lb. Whole Malt Type Flaked / Adjunct Origin USA
5.0 / 5.03 ReviewsUltimate KRIMS Mash AssistantI found using rice hulls assist with preventing stuck mashes in the Blichman Brew Easy KRIMS. Essential when using flaked oats in a recipe.March 9, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoEssential for my K-RIMSAfter experiencing an expensive stuck mash, I started adding rice hulls, and that improved the flow immensely.January 28, 2016
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersIs there a recommended wt% on grain bill to add these to a mash?BEST ANSWER: The amount of rice hulls depends on the mash content. I currently use one pound of rice hulls (6%) for a 10 gal. batch of Kentucky Common that contains 6.5 pounds of gelatinized grits in a 16 pound grain bill so it is somewhat difficult to lauter. If you are doing a wheat beer with over 50 percent wheat malt or more importantly a rye beer with moderate to high rye malt content, you probably need to use a ratio of about 10 to as much as 15% rice hulls per pounds of mash grain.
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