A truly versatile biscuity, roasted malt.
California Common, Stout & Extra Stout, Export, Best Bitter, Dark Lager, Fullers 1845
Perhaps the most versatile of all our roasted products, Simpsons’ Amber Malt can be used in a wide variety of beers to add biscuity toasty notes and a beautiful brown hue. Its delicate roast flavour makes it suitable for adding toasty notes to all Dark Beers, as well as lighter Ales and Lagers. Amber Malt brings a clean, crisp dryness to balance delicate floral hops and increases foam stability.
Adjusts pH and improves body.
Ales, Mild, Porter and Bock
Malty, Honey, Raisins, Complex Sweetness with Sour After-Notes
Up to 10% Produces a Honey Flavour in Beer, Up to 20% gives Raisin Notes, Up to 50% in Mild, Porters and Bocks Bocks enhances Malty/Fruity Notes
The secret weapon in the British Ale Brewer’s arsenal, our aromatic malt has a slightly higher acidity to balance pH. Its complex sweetness with sour after-notes gives a magnificent mouthfeel. This, combined with intense malty notes and raisin, makes our Aromatic Malt a versatile product that can be used from as little as 5% to give warm honey aromas and up to 50% as a base malt for Dark Beers to give raisin and plum notes. Brings a beautiful brown depth of colour.
Weyermann Barke pilsnermalt, Basemalt som det kan brukes 100% av i en øl.
Weyermann® Barke® Pilsner malt is perfect for creating authentic lager style beers. It enhances body and mouthfeel substantially in the finished beer, while imparting intense malt aromas. What also sets Barke® Pilsner malt apart is it’s excellent process characteristics in the brew-house and during filtration, coupled with increased extract efficiency.
Weyermann® Specialty Malts has recently added another traditional malt variety to its heirloom portfolio: Barke®
Barke once enjoyed the highest reputation among German brewers and was the most widely used barley variety given the authentic and highly aromatic beers that can be produced with this type of malt. The yield of barley is indeed lower by about 20% than with current varieties, but that is no reason for Weyermann® Specialty Malts not to back Barke®. For Barke® brings with it the best conditions for an intense malt taste in the beer, a full-bodied flavor and good head
Produced from quality two-row spring barley Barke®. Full bodied, golden colored smooth tasting beers. Imparts malty notes to finished beer. Intended for ales and lagers.
Flavor: intense maltysweet, gentle notes of honey and nuts (almond, hazelnut)
SIMPSONS BEST PALE ALE MALT
“Three years ago we moved on to Best Pale Ale Malt as our base grist, it’s the backbone of everything we brew at Beavertown. We love it!”
— Logan Plant, Owner and Founder, Beavertown Brewery
BEST PALE ALE MALT
Traditional British base malt.
Cask, Keg or Bottled Ales, Porters and Stouts, Coloured Ales, Lagers, IPAs, SMaSH Beers, All-Rounder
Up to 100%
For the principal ingredient in keg, bottle or cask ales, we use top quality UK two-row barley to produce a plump, well-modified malt with good extract and enzymic activity. The versatility of this base malt lends itself to balance hoppy beers and provides a robust malty note to a Traditional Bitter or Belgian-style beer.
Intense, rich and dark.
Porter, London Brown Ale, Black Hoppy Beers and Black Lager
Up to 10%
Our Black Malt is excellent for darkening beer colour without imparting too much astringency or roast characteristics. The flavour is surprisingly neutral, with a clean dryness that makes it an incredibly versatile product.
Special B 260-320 EBC
One of the darkest caramel malts available. Gives a fuller malty aroma, a dark red to dark colour and a caramel/raisin flavour. Use 5 % for a slight touch or up to 15 % for darker brown-black beers. Used in stout, porter, Belgian abbey beers, etc.
As the word describes: these are caramelised malts often used to increase the mouth feel and body of the beer and to improve the head.
The secret to a good London Porter.
London Porter, Mid to Dark Belgian Styles, Brown Ale
Up to 10%
Our Brown Malt imparts a rich coffee aroma ideal for Stouts and Porters. It delivers a smooth mouthfeel as well as increasing foam stability. The hue is a deep mahogany that brings warmth and depth to dark beers. Often a forgotten malt.