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Munich Malt  
$1.75 available
Product Description

Munich Malt for beer brewing has a malty sweet flavor characteristic and adds a red or amber color to the beer. It has enough diastatic power to convert itself, but needs help from other malts (2-row malt for example) to convert other grains.


General Info

  • Yield: 77.0 %
  • Potential: 1.035
  • Color 10.0 SRM
  • Moisture: 5.0 %
  • Protein: 13.5 %

Styles

  • Any - All

Vienna Malt  
$1.69 available
Product Description

Vienna Malt is a kiln-dried barley malt that's darker than pale ale malt, but not quite as dark as Munich Malt for example. It adds a golden color and a toasty or biscuity malt aroma to the beer and is used in a variety of styles from dark to light ales and even lagers.

 

General Info

  • Malt type: Base malt or specialty malt
  • Flavor Contribution: Enhanced malt flavor and aroma, slightly toasty
  • Color/Appearance: Rich, dark golden

Styles

  • Any - All

Pilsner Malt  
$1.65 available
Product Description

Looking for a solid Pilsen style base malt? This grain has your name on it. A versatile grain that can be used for lager, pilsners, Belgian, German styles and many more. It produces a clean, crisp, light colored wort that really lets the specialty grains shine through.  


General Info

  • Malt Style: Base malt
  • Flavor: Clean, sweet, delicate malty flavor
  • Color: Very light color contribution Lightest colored base malt available

Styles

  • Any - All

Acidulated Malt  
$2.5 available
Product Description

Acidulated Malt is typicall used at 1 to 10% to lower mash and wort pH. Great for brewing pilsner with soft water and also recommended for hefeweizen mashes.

 

General Info

  • EBC: 3-6
  • Lovibond: 1.7-2.8
  • Usage: to 5%
  • Moisture: 6.0-7.0%
  • Total Nitrogen: 10.0-11.0
  • Soluble Nitrogen Ratio: N/A
  • Extract% (dry basis):N/A

Hop

Pekko  

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Chalk  

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Calcium Chloride Pellets (1 Oz)  
$1.99 available
Product Description

With this mineral you are able to increase the calcium and hardens of the water you are adding to. Calcium will also lower the mash PH making this very useful for brewers that use distilled water.

We recomend 1 teaspoon per 5 gal.

  • Lowers Mash PH
  • Increases Water Hardness
  • Sold by 1oz packages

Epsom Salt  

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Gypsum (Calcium Sulfate) (2 oz)  
$2.99 available
Product Description

With this mineral you are able to increase the hardness of the water you are adding to. Gypsum will also lower the mash PH making this very useful for brewers that use distilled water.

We recomend 1 teaspoon per 5 gal.

  • Lowers Mash PH
  • Increases Water Hardness
  • Sold by 2oz packages

Table Salt  

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Baking Soda  

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Lactic acid  

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Yeast

Fermentis Saflager S-23 Brewing Yeast  
$5.5 available
Product Description

Pislners and Lagers require the perfect yeast. Something that can ferment at lower temperatures without just stopping altogether. That's where Fermentis Saflager S-23 comes in. Able to ferment at (46-50 °F) with excellent attenuation it is the perfect yeast for low temp. ferments.

General Info

  • Origin: Germany
  • Attenuation: Low
  • Flocculation: High
  • Optimum Ferm Temp:48.2-71.6°F, ideally 53.6-59°F
  • Flavor: Fruity, Estery

Styles

  • Lagers
  • Pilsners

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