Mash Ready Barley Flakes will lend a rich, grainy taste and will increase head retention, creaminess, and body. Can be used in amounts of up to 40% of grist total....
Demerara sugar is a large-grained, somewhat crunchy, raw sugar with origins in Guyana. Demerara is often confused with brown sugar which is simply white sugar mixed with molasses. Demerara may...
Mild, neutral flavor in small amounts, moderate sweetness at higher loads. Often used in American lagers. Color °L – Usage Rate- 40%
Flaked Rice lightens body, color and flavor. Provides a light, crisp finish. Appropriate in light American and Japanese ales and lagers. Color °L – Usage Rate- 40%
You've probably never brewed with anything like it. While most oats used in brewing are unmalted adjuncts, Simpsons Golden Naked Oats™ is actually a huskless crystal malt. This unique malt...
Oat flakes are considered a cereal grain that is pregelatinized. Brewers can add oats primarily to impart a creamy mouthfeel, with increased body and grainy notes. Color °L – 2.5 Usage Rate- 5-25%
Oat Malt is not an easy thing to find. In fact Thomas Fawcett and Sons may be one of the only malt companies that produce it . Oat Malt is...
Rice hulls are used in brewing to help create a filter bed while mashing. If your malt bill contains a high percentage of flaked adjuncts, rye or wheat malt the...
Flaked Rye gives a dry, crisp, strong rye flavor to light colored ales. Used in Roggen beers can also be used in RPA. Color °L – Usage Rate- 5-10%
Buckwheat is one of the healthiest, nuttiest, most versatile whole grains. And despite its name, it's really not related to wheat at all.Toasted Buckwheat groats come toasted in their husks...