DetailsAlexander's Pale Malt Extract is one of the best American Pale Malt extracts available today. Dr. Michael Lewis, world renowned brewery specialist and author of many books on the subject of malts and extracts, had a major role in the design of the system that produces California Concentrate's extracts. He, himself, proclaimed Alexander's is to be the "finest PALE MALT EXTRACT with the lightest color of any on the market today."
Alexander's uses the most select malted barley, state of the art equipment, pure water, and absolutely no sugar additives. The result is a premium liquid malt extract. All malt extracts are produced at 80 Brix.
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4.9 / 5.07 ReviewsLight and freshBeing in a can it maintains it's freshness and makes good beer. It's light so I can use it in many styles.March 10, 2014tastes goodDon't be put off by the can, it has a good fresh taste, and probably is fresher tasting than DME or LME in jugs. The beer tastes good without residual sweetness from unfermentable sugars.March 22, 2014very nice clean finish i really love this producti am not going to tell you how i use it but i will tell you that is does exactly what it is meant to do with a clean crisp ale finish very smooth with lots of room to play with the flavor to your taste the product consistency is very high as i have used around 8 cans of this product before and has made me very hesitant to use a different extract and am wanting to branch in the all grain brewing as to how that is the only way to gain grater consistancy with the brew but i have a long way to go to get there till next reveiw cheers all and happy brewing and a shout out to the crew at "MIDWEST BREWING SUPPLIES" thanks guys and gails_x000D_February 28, 2012octoberfest laugerI was writing review on octoberfest but when I clicked on it, it woud not open so I am using this field instead. Your Octoberfest fest kit is great and have gien other friends this same info. During the last fermantation I use 1oz. of cacade leaf hop to dry hop for 13 weeks. This really smoothes out the beer and adds flavor. I hope you like it, my friends and I do for sure.February 20, 2013Nice for a BitterI used this, along with a pound of Light Munton& Fison's DME to make an ordinary bitter. I got a 1.040 OG and a ABV of 3.5%. I'm quite happy with the results.June 25, 2013PMEThis is some of the lightest LME I could find. I was having problems with colors being to dark, this one fit the bill!September 20, 2013TastyI used this pale malt to make a bitter IPA and it worked out great. Will definintely use this malt extract in the future. _x000D__x000D_The only down side is that I needed 9-10 lbs, which means I had to buy 3 cans worth. It would be nice if they came in resealable cans.November 14, 2013
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