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United Kingdom - Mild  

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Amber Malt  
$2.25 available
Product Description

Amber Malt is a roasted specialty malt most commonly used in English browns, milds and old ales. It helps add color and a biscuit, nutty taste and tends to work well in Nut Brown Ales, but can add a unique character to IPAs and Pales.

 

General Info

  • Malt Type: Specialty
  • Grain Origin: United Kingdom
  • Wort Color: 25-35 °Lovibond (65-92 EBC)
  • Diastatic Power: 0°Lintner
  • Usage: 20% max.

Styles

  • Amber Ales
  • Brown Ales
  • Mild Ales
  • Old Ales

United Kingdom - Brown  

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Caramel 40L Malt  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Cooked during the malting process which crystallizes the sugars and makes for a sweeter finished beer, 2 Row Caramel 40L Malt light crystal malt is made with 2-row barley, and adds a deep golden color with mild caramel and toffee flavors.


General Info

  • Malt Type: Crystal/Caramel
  • Grain Origin: North America
  • Wort Color: 40 °Lovibond (110 EBC)
  • Protein:
  • Moisture: 5.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 77.0% min.
  • Diastatic Power: 0 °Lintner
  • Usage: 15% max.

Styles

  • Dark Ales
  • Porters
  • Stouts

Caramel 80L Malt  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Gently cooked to bring out the crystallized sugars sweetening your finished brew, 2 Row Caramel 80L Malt  imparts a deep red color and balanced burnt sugar and raisin quality to your dark ales, porters and stouts. It can be used lightly in a pilsner to impart a deep richness, but is most typically found in darker styles. 



General Info

  • Malt Type: Crystal/Caramel
  • Grain Origin: North America
  • Color: 80 °Lovibond (210 EBC)
  • Protein:
  • Moisture: 4.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 76.0% min.
  • Diastatic Power: 0 °Lintner
  • Usage: 15% max.

Styles

  • Pilsners
  • Dark Ales
  • Porters
  • Stouts

Hop

German Northern Brewer Hop Pellets  
$1.99 available
Product Description

German Northern Brewer Hops Pellets are an English bred offspring of Brewer's Gold with some ancestry from American Wild Hops. In Germany it's known primarily as a bittering hop but it is dual purpose aiding in hop aroma as well. 

This hop defines the term "Hoppy".

Flavor Profile

  • Spicey
  • Woods
  • Wild Fruit

General Info:

  • Hop Type: Dual-Purpose
  • Origin: Germany
  • Alpha Acid: 6.0 - 10.0%
  • Similar Varieties: Chinook, Columbus, Galena, Magnum
  • Common Styles: Continental Lagers, Belgian Ale, Trappist Ale, Farmhouse Styles

East Kent Golding Hop Pellets  
$2.09 available
Product Description

Smooth and sweet, Goldings are recognized as having the most typical English profile. This hop is in demand for copper-hopping and dry hopping of traditional ales. Use Golding hops in combination with Fuggles for a time-honored taste. Kent Goldins are also useful for late hopping lagers, when a delicate aroma is required.


Average Alpha: 4.5-6.5%
Substitutes: Styrian Goldings

Other

Toasted Walnuts (ground)  

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Yeast

White Labs WLP002 English Ale Beer Yeast  
$7.99 available
Product Description

White Labs WLP002 English Ale Yeast produces a clear beer with some residual sweetness. Perfect for milds, bitters, porters and English Stouts where the subtle sweetness compliments the flavor profile. 

General Info

  • Origin: England
  • Attenuation: 63-70
  • Flocculation: Very High
  • Optimum Ferm Temp: 65-68
  • Flavor: Sweet
  • Alcohol Tolerance: Medium

Styles

  • Milds
  • Bitters
  • Porters
  • English Stouts

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