Munich Malt has its origins in Germany where traditional beers gained their rich malty character from the addition of specialist malts with enhanced color and flavor. These products are made on a conventional malt kiln using processes that promote higher levels of soluble protein and simple sugars which interact when heat is applied to produce a product rich in melanoidins and other color and flavor compounds.
The malty flavors associated with Munich Malt contrast with the caramel-like flavors associated with crystal malts and the golden to reddish hues of the color is popular in some beer styles.
Color °L – 5
Usage Rate- Up to 100%
Storage: Store malts in low humidity, pest free environment with a temperature below 32°C - 90°F
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