Roasted Barley Malt (Gladfield)

From $4.20 /kg

Roasted Barley, as the name suggests, is made from unmalted barley. It has a slightly darker colour than our Gladfield Chocolate Malt range and is ideally suited for use in a Dry Stout. Roasted Barley adds a lovely rich roast flavour and dark espresso like flavours to brewed beer. Like all roasted malts, it should be used fresh to get the best out of it.

Use: Adds a rich roast character and dark espresso like flavours.
Rate: Up to 10%

Substitutes: Simpsons Black

25.278 kg in stock

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25kg or more will only be supplied unmilled

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Packaging Policy

Minimum individual bag size is 250g
– Orders over 8kg packed into multiple bags
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– Price breaks: 1kg, 5kg, and a full sack (usually 25kg)
– We do not repack weights into multiple smaller bags
– 25kg or more will only be supplied unmilled
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Description

Roasted Barley, as the name suggests, is made from unmalted barley. It has a slightly darker colour than our Gladfield Chocolate Malt range and is ideally suited for use in a Dry Stout. Roasted Barley adds a lovely rich roast flavour and dark espresso like flavours to brewed beer. Like all roasted malts, it should be used fresh to get the best out of it.

Use: Adds a rich roast character and dark espresso like flavours.
Rate: Up to 10%

Substitutes: Simpsons Black

Additional information

Weight .001 kg
EBC

1200 – 1500

Extract (Fine Dry, %)

72

Malt Type

Dark / Roast

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