Yes: fine crush (for BIAB)
Yes: regular crush (manual sparging)
Yes: coarse crush (automated systems)
Canada Malting Torrified Wheat is unmalted wheat that has been heated until it “pops” like puffed wheat. It can be used just like flaked wheat with the exception that it has to be milled.
The infra-red heating process inactivates the natural grain enzymes making the products very stable in storage. Infra-red heating also imparts
It is important to note that wheat is higher in protein and beta-glucans than barley, so rice hulls are recommend to avoid stuck mashes, this becomes especially important when using >10% in the mash.
|Color Unit||Color Value||Usage|
|°L||2||up to 50%|