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Hi All,
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I am going to try a 13 gallon batch of stout based on Kyle's tried and true recipe.  I do not have any wheat malt but I do have a lot of dry wheat extract from when I made a witbier.  I have read a bit about substituting and know it is not a straight pound for pound swap.  The scaled up recipe calls for 2 lb 5 oz of malt Wheat.  Does anyone have any input on the equivelant amount of dry wheat extract I would need?  :frazzled:
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Re: Substituting the wheat malt for dry wheat extract in a stout recipe
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2013, 06:32:51 PM »
Sweet.  Thanks for the link.
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