Wheat Malt – Crisp – per kg
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Crisp – Wheat Malt – In brewing, Wheat Malt can be used as the base malt at around 55% inclusion for wheat beers. When mixed with barley malt, Wheat Malt can improve head retention, improve mouthfeel and introduce flavour changes in other beer types.
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Crisp – Wheat Malt
Most other maltsters pale wheat malt or wheat malt.
2.5 – 5.0
Touch of acidity, gentle, refreshing and creamy.
Hefeweizen, wheat beers, wit.
In brewing, Wheat Malt can be used as the base malt at around 55% inclusion for wheat beers. When mixed with barley malt, Wheat Malt can improve head retention, improve mouthfeel and introduce flavour changes in other beer types.
See product leaflet under the attachment tab,
|Dimensions||20 × 30 × 25 cm|
Wheat Malt - Product LeafletDownload
Product leaflet showing information and typical analysis.
Crisp – In the 1840s English maltsters developed air kilning techniques that would pave the way for light coloured beers. German brewers took this technique back to Vienna and Munich respectively and the malt styles were born. Our Vienna Malt is made from English 2-row spring barley and is kilned to a slightly higher temperature than our Best Ale Malt. The result is a golden-hued wort with a sweet, bread-like aroma and flavour. Since it is a conventionally kilned malt, Vienna can be used as a base and is perfect for creating its namesake, Vienna lager, in addition to other styles.
Crisp – Crystal 400 – Dark Crystal Malt has the highest degree of caramelisation. The flavours are now transformed into sultanas, raisins, plums and dark, dried fruits. By now the sugars are actually being broken down by chemical processes and so the residual sweetness that the other Crystal Malts impart are being replaced by an increase in bitter flavours. Crystal Malt sugars are non-fermentable so add a level of dextrin sugars that are preserved through to the final beer.
Crisp – Chocolate Malt shares many of the characteristics of Black Malt, but because it is roasted for a shorter period of time and to a lower final temperature, it lacks the astringency of Black Malt.
Its main use is in darker beers that require a depth of colour to tend the eye and entice the palate. Chocolate Malt has been used in Irish stout for years and the marriage of Chocolate Malt and Roasted Barley in varying proportions can give rise to a range of flavours from sweet and mellow to acrid and bitter.
Crisp – Roast Barley, is our darkest grain and it is made from unmalted barley. The colour produced can be almost opaque and the flavour is similar to a dark, bitter roast coffee. In stouts a combination of Chocolate, Black Malt and Roast Barley gives excellent complexity and balance.
Remember that these dark grains will have an acidifying effect on the mash, so ensure your salts have been adjusted adequately.
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