Munich Malt

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  1. Megary

    Megary Well-Known Member

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    Looks fantastic, Steve!
     
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    Really pleased with it. Particularly in a week when I lost a brew to phenol. Step backwards, step forwards
     
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    It's more art than science. Nice work! Munich is a really nice malt, I keep a sack of it handy.
     
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    Fantastic! What an excellent looking beer!
    Not sure if I have responded to this thread at all... but I LOVE Munich malt! I use it quite a bit. I also enjoy Vienna malt and the two together are divine!
    Please share the recipe!
     
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    Nice looking beer Steve! I love Munich and use it to add a little sweet malt profile to pale 2-row base malt in place of Maris Otter or Lamonta. In larger quantities Munich makes a great Helles Bock. I look forward to seeing your recipe also. Cheers.
     

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