Skip to product information
1 of 2

SoCal Brewing Supply

Raw Rice Hulls for Mash Drainage

Raw Rice Hulls for Mash Drainage

Buy grain by the ounce, order as much or little as needed. By default, we will combine grains into a single bag. If you'd like us to keep your grains separated, please leave a comment in the Shopping Cart's notes section. We've included a pounds to ounce conversion chart below.

Regular price $0.24 USD
Regular price Sale price $0.24 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

64 in stock

Rice Hulls, a practical solution in the homebrewing process, serve as an effective aid in improving drainage and preventing a stuck sparge. These hulls, which are the outer protective layer of rice grains, offer a lightweight and inert material that can be used to address common issues during the lautering phase.

Incorporating Rice Hulls into your mash helps create channels for wort flow, preventing compacted grains from impeding drainage. This is particularly beneficial when working with grain bills that have high percentages of wheat, rye, oats, or other sticky malts. The hulls act as a natural filter bed, allowing for better liquid extraction during sparging and reducing the risk of a stuck sparge.

While Rice Hulls do not contribute flavor, color, or fermentable sugars to the beer, they play a crucial role in enhancing the lautering process. They are especially valuable for homebrewers utilizing systems with finer mesh screens or working with recipes that may pose challenges to smooth wort runoff.

When incorporating Rice Hulls into your homebrew recipes, consider adding them to the mash alongside your malted grains. The recommended usage varies, but generally, a small percentage of the total grain bill is sufficient to achieve the desired effect in preventing stuck sparges.

Rice Hulls invite practicality into the brewing process, offering a simple yet effective solution to ensure smooth drainage and a successful sparge. Elevate your brewing experience by incorporating Rice Hulls when needed, allowing you to overcome challenges and achieve optimal lautering efficiency in your homebrewed beer.

Grain Specifications


Intended Use:


Maximum Volume:


Country of Origin: United States

View full details