Product unavailable - no longer stockedMalted and roasted similarly to Brown malt but at higher final temperatures. Provides a rich dark color and roasted, sharp, burnt or astringent flavors, and intense chocolate and coffee notes.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedMade from green two row malt. The malt is dried for about two hours until temperatures reach 212F (100C). It is then cured for about 20 minutes as temperatures rise to about 356F (180C), depending on the color required. The resulting malt imparts a very bitter, burnt flavor to beer.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedNot malted, but roasted slower and at a high temperature, then quenched with water. Lends a deep red to brown color and a sharp, bitter, dry, coffee flavor to Stouts and dark beers.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedCaramelized at high humidity and roasted for a long time at high temperatures. Contributes a burnt toffee/dark caramel flavor. Provides Old and Strong Ales their signature dark-fruit character.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedStewed and then roasted at high temperature, which crystallizes the interior of each malt kernel. The result is a pale, brown-colored malt providing body, color and a sweet caramel/toffee flavor to beer.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedStewed and then roasted longer at high temperatures, giving intense and dark toffee/caramel flavors.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedBlack malt is darker than Chocolate malt and has strong burnt coffee, char and astringent flavors. A very small quantity gives a deep red color to beer, otherwise the color addition is black.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedStewed and then roasted, which crystallizes the interior of the malt kernels. The result is a light crystal malt that provides body, color and a delicate smooth caramel/toffee character to beer.
Product unavailable - no longer stockedMalted from lower protein Maris Otter winter barley, and modified to enhance foam formation and palate fullness. A favorite of brewers around the world for its earthy, nutty malt character.