Its already gone through the gelatinization process making the starch accessible for further breakdown into more simple sugars; meaning you still need to mash it to convert the corn starch to fermentable sugars.
It was really easy to use just threw it in with the grain. I was trying to get a lighter color which worked but I ended up lighter than I wanted. Recommend not only using it with 2 row. I would add some 6 row or crystal maybe Munich.
It's flaked corn and I love it. i'll buy more once I use all of this stuff up. Top notch stuff. Midwest grown? Would have given it 5 stars if it were certified organic and not some Monsanto genetically modified stuff.
is the name of the pre-prohibition style lager I brew with these as adjunct. It is delicious. I throw these directly into the mash, bypassing my mill. Utilization is pretty much a match to what beersmith predicts.