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Goldsword Grains Malted Oats 500 g
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Goldsword Grains
Malted Oats
Oats are extremely difficult to malt and to crush efficiently but their contribution to the flavour of certain speciality ales is significant. Oats are rich in oils and tend to promote a velvety texture in beer. Although many old recipes called for large quantities of malted oats, it is recommended they should be used with caution.
Net Weight: 500 g
£2.02
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Goldsword Grains Acid Malt 500 g
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Goldsword Grains
Acid Malt
Acid malt is a very useful adjunct for producing high class lagers. It contains lactic acid, which lowers the mash pH, giving a softer palate than if gypsum is used. The inclusion of a small percentage of this malt is recommended for all pale lagers.
Net Weight: 500 g
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Goldsword Grains Bavarian Smoked Malt 500 g
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Bavarian Smoked Malt
Probably the rarest malt of all. Rauchmalz is only produced in Bamberg, Germany and is used to brew that town's world famous Rauchbier. The kilning of this malt takes place over open fires made of beech wood logs. The phenols released from the wood permeate the malt and give it its smoky taste and aroma.
Net Weight: 500 g
£2.57
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Peated Malt
Net Weight: 500 g
£2.20
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Goldsword Grains Biscuit Malt 500 g
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Goldsword Grains
Biscuit Malt
Adds an interesting flavour to Belgian Ales.
Net Weight: 500 g
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Goldsword Grains Biscuit Malt 1 kg
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Goldsword Grains
Biscuit Malt
Adds an interesting flavour to Belgian Ales.
Net Weight: 1 kg
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Goldsword Grains Aromatic Malt 500 g
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Aromatic Malt
Aromatic malt provides a very strong malt flavour and aroma. Although not a roasted malt, it is kilned at close to the maximum possible temperature of 115
Net Weight: 500 g
£2.02
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Goldsword Grains Melanoidin Malt 500 g
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Melanoidin Malt
Malt flavour is defined by melanoidins, compounds formed by non enzymatic browning of malt sugars and low molecular weight proteins during the kilning process. This aromatic malt from Bamberg, Germany, produces flavours similar to those from decoction mashes. Melanoidin malt promotes fullness of flavour and rounds off beer colour. It can be used to good effect in all medium to dark beers.
Net Weight: 500 g
£2.44
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