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Pale Maris Otter Malt  
$2.05 available
Product Description

Developed in Cambridge by Dr.Bell, Pale Maris Otter is 2 row winter barley perfect for British Ales. Developed in order to preserve the traditional flavors found in British Ales of all sorts Pale Maris Otter offer a rich, slightly nutty flavor with an orange tinted wort.  


General Info

  • EBC: 4.5-6.5
  • Lovibond: 2.15-2.90
  • Usage: to 100%
  • Moisture: 3.5 max %
  • Total Nitrogen: 1.55 max %
  • Extract% (dry basis): min 80.5%
  • Soluble Nitrogen Ratio:37-41

Styles

  • IPA
  • Ales
  • Bitter
  • Mild
  • Porter
  • Stout

Pale Ale Malt  
$1.49 available
Product Description

This is a great choice for a 2-Row base malt that is grow right here in America, Montana to be specific. The malt works well with single infusion mashes and has no problem handling adjuncts.


General Info

  • Color: 1.8
  • Potential: 1.038
  • Yield: 82%
  • Moisture: 3.5%
  • Diastatic: 84 (min) 96 (max)
  • Protein: 4%

Styles

  • Any - All

Carahell Malt  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Carahell Malt is a drum-roasted caramel malt made from German two-row that provides a fuller body. Carahell also adds a full, round flavor and deep saturated color. Carahell will increase the richness and intensify the malt aromas in German style beers. It's also a very versatile malt and can be used in pale ales, Oktoberfests, Maibocks, and Hefeweizens, but it's most commonly found in Pilsners, Wheats, and any lighter style of beer.

 

General Info

  • Malt Type: Caramel/Crystal
  • Grain Origin: Germany
  • Color: 8.1-11.8 °Lovibond ( 20-30 EBC)
  • Moisture: 6.5%-7.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 74-79% min.
  • Diastatic Power:
  • Usage: 50% max.

Styles

  • Pilsners
  • Wheats
  • German style beers

Weyermann Caramunich Type 1 Malt  
$2.05 available
Product Description

Dark caramel, bread, dried fruits and raisins make up the flavor profile of this sweet, malty malt. Weyermann Caramunich Type 1 Malt is great for improving body and head retention in and style where notes of biscuit, and intense caramel would be appreciated.

 

 

General Info

  • Malt Type: Crystal/Caramel
  • Grain Origin: Germany
  • Color: 31-38 °Lovibond (80-100 EBC)
  • Protein:
  • Moisture: 4.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 75% min.
  • Diastatic Power: 0 °Lintner
  • Usage: 10% max.

Styles

  • October Beer
  • Bockbier
  • Dark Beer
  • Porter
  • Stout
  • Malt Beer
  • Nourishing Beer
  • Schankbier
  • Red Ale
  • Brown Ale
  • Malt-Liquor
  • Amber

Carafa Type 1 (de-husked)  
$1.95 available
Product Description

Just like other de-husked varieties Carafa Type 1 (de-husked) lacks the astringent quality obtained through roasting husks. It has an espresso like quality with notes of chocolate and a mild roasted aftertaste. It provides a coffee brown color to your beer and is perfect in dark ales and lagers.

 

General Info

  • Origin: Germany
  • EBC: 800-900
  • Lovibond: 300-340
  • Usage: to 5%
  • Moisture: 3.5% max
  • Total Nitrogen: N/A
  • Extract% (dry basis): 70 min
  • Soluble Nitrogen Ratio: N/A

Styles

  • Altbier
  • Bock
  • Doppelbock
  • Schwarzbier
  • Porters
  • Stouts
  • Dark Beers

Carafa Type 3 (de-husked)  
$2.29 available
Product Description

Husks have a tendency to impart an astringent quality in your beer. Carafa Type 3 (de-husked) does away with that allowing this high quality spring barley to concentrate the aroma and flavor. Perfect for dark beers.

 

General Info

  • Origin: Germany
  • EBC: 1200-1300
  • Lovibond: 450-490
  • Usage: to 5%
  • Moisture: 3.5% max
  • Total Nitrogen: N/A
  • Extract% (dry basis): 70 min
  • Soluble Nitrogen Ratio: N/A

Styles

  • Altbier
  • Porter
  • Schwartzbier
  • Stout
  • Dark Beer Styles

Melanoidin Malt  
$2.29 available
Product Description

Melanoidin is a kilned specialty malt that helps promote flavor stability, add body, and produce a smooth mouthfeel. With an intense malt aroma and unique brewing characteristics it has a high degree of modification of both proteins and starches, excellent friability, low ß-glucan values, and high acidity. Melanoidin malt adds a deep amber to red-brown color to your finished beer. With rich malt flavor having notes of honey and biscuit, Melanoidin malt is best used in dark or red-colored beers such as amber ales, Scottish ales, Irish red ales, bocks, and Kellerbier.

 

So what does that mean? Melanoidin Malt helps improve the red coloration and intensifies malt flavors in your beer.

 

Genral Info

 

  • Malt Type: Specialty
  • Grain Origin: Germany
  • Color: 23-31 °Lovibond (60-80 EBC)
  • Protein:
  • Moisture: 4.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 75% min.
  • Diastatic Power:
  • Usage: 20% max.

Carapils Malt  
$2.25 available
Product Description

Want to improve the head of your beer without changing taste, color, or aroma? Use 2 Row Carapils Malt for up to 5% of your grain bill and it will do just that. Totally devoid of enzymes, steep it in hot water or mash it in. 


General Info

  • Malt Type: Specialty
  • Grain Origin: North America
  • Wort Color: 1.5 °Lovibond (2.0 EBC)
  • Protein:
  • Moisture: 6.5% max.
  • Extract (dry): 75% min.
  • Diastatic Power: 0 °Lintner
  • Usage: 5% max.

Styles

  • Any and All!

Hop

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UK Fuggle Hop Pellets  
$2.19 available
Product Description

Fuggles are the classic English aroma hop. Providing a sweet, earthy aroma and flavor, these have been used in brewing since 1861.

General Info

  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Hop Type: Aroma
  • Alpha Acid: 3.0 - 5.6%
  • Similar Varieties: Willamette, Styrian Goldings
  • Common Styles: Mild Ale, Bitter Ale, Porter

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