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Rice hulls are needed when brewing with sticky grains like oat, rye, or wheat - essentially, any huskless grain with a lot of gluten. Not adding rice hulls to a grain bill with a high percentage of these types of grains will result in your mash becoming a big clump o' sticky mess, and that means wasted time and money. Note: We define "high percentage" as anything over 30%. Rice hulls are flavorless, colorless, and add no fermentable sugar.

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Unit Type (eg: lbs) pound
Malt Type Adjuncts
Origin US/Canada
Lovibond 1

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Prevent a stuck mash/sparge Review by davidk24
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Rice hulls are a cheap, easy way to prevent a stuck mash or sparge. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Definite + Review by MJB
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Rice hulls are a must if doing a multi-grain brew, especially if using oats. Sure makes it easier to NOT have a stuck sparge. (Posted on 8/9/2016)

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