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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

Belgian - Caramel Pils  

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Caramel Vienne 20L  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Perfect for Vienna-style lagers and Belgian Abbey Ales, this 2-Row caramel malt adds soft caramel, toffee, and malty flavors. Drum kilned by the masters at Briess Malts and Ingredients Company for an even roast. 


General Info

  • Malt Type: Caramel / Crystal / Cara Malt
  • Grain Origin: North America
  • Lovibond 20
  • Protein: 0
  • Moisture: 4.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 78% min.
  • Diastatic Power: 0
  • Usage: 10%

Aromatic Kiln Malt  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Aromatic Kiln is a strong malt by most measures. Providing a strong malt aroma and deep malt coloring as a product of it's kilning you can use Aromatic Kiln for up to 30% of your grain bill, but it is on the low side of diastatic enzymes (one of the enzymes converting starches into sugars so the yeast can convert those sugars to booze!) so most prefer to use it as a specialty malt aiding in styles like Ambers and Reds to get the darker coloration.  

General Info

  • Origin: Belgium
  • Type: Lightly Kilned Toasted Malt
  • Variety : 2- row summerbarley
  • Moisture : max 4.5 %
  • Color : 40 - 60 EBC
  • Lovibond: 17-21
  • Extract fine D.M. : min 79 %
  • Total protein : max 12.0 %
  • pH : 5.2 – 5.7

Styles

  • Abbey Ales
  • Ambers
  • Ales
  • Bocks
  • Trappist

Biscuit Malt  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Biscuit Malt is aptly named. Contributing a warm bread/biscuit flavor and garnet brown color, this malt must be mashed with other malts containing an excess of diastatic power. Use 5-10% max.


General Info

  • Malt Type: Lightly Kilned / Toasted Malt
  • Origin: Belgium
  • Variety: 6-row winterbarley
  • 47 – 70 EBC, Lovibond: 18-27
  • Extract : 70%
  • Moisture: 4.5%
  • Total Protein :11.5%
  • Flavors: Nutty, Toasty, Bread...y, Bisctuit...y

Styles

  • IPAs
  • Nut Brown Ales
  • Any Beer where a Nutty Addition would be nice

Soft Candi Sugar - Brown  

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Hop

Styrian Golding (Celeia) Hop Pellets - 1 oz  
$1.96 available
Product Description

When imported from England in the 1930s, this hop was thought to be a Golding, thus the name. Upon further research into its ancestry, it was discovered that the Styrian Golding was actually a Fuggle! If you really want this hop to shine, use it as a whirlpool or dry hop addition for floral and sweet spicy aromas in English Pale Ales. 

General Info

  • Origin: Slovenia
  • Hop Type: Aroma
  • Alpha Acid: 3.0-6.0%

Other

Clementine Peel  

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Yeast

Imperial B48 Triple Double Organic Yeast | Trappist Ale  
$9.95 available
Product Description

Imperial's Triple Double strain is a great choice for Trappist style ales due to its moderate ester and low to no phenolic production. Make sure to monitor this strain as it likes to rest on top of your wort and may slow down the fermentation. 

General Info

  • Attenuation: 74-78%
  • Flocculation: Medium
  • Optimum Fermentation Temp: 65-77F (18-25C)

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