I'm not sure what you mean. Do you mean slugging the holes in the brick, as you lay them? Or do you mean you are going to try and fill the holes after they are laid? Surely your not filling the space between the brick and the sheathing.
We have slurried concrete blocks. Some jobs spec the holes be slugged in brick.
i was just remembering a project i did when i was first starting out. I brought the brick into the yard and they told me they couldn't mtch it. All white with some mild texture on it. They said it was hit with a tetxure gun like for ceilings and done with white cement and white silica sand. ended up being a perfect match and I used whatever red brick they had for the cheapest price
If you have a spray gun maybe try laying some up and hitting it with some super wet cement, yu might get exactly what you want
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