Brew up a batch of beer using this light-colored pure malt extract that’s ideal for light-colored beers, specialty malts, and beers of any style.
- Made in USA
- Boosts gravity and yeast propagation
- Made from Base Malt and Carapils Malt
- Made in USA
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.044 ReviewsVery nice additive to my Cerveza.I used 2# in my Mexican Cerveza kit and the beer is excellent. I will use it as often as a kit can be helped by using it. I like a little higher abv in some beers and this raises a 5 gallon batch a point or so. Not a lot...just enough for me.January 16, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat for yeast startersI use it for my yeast starters. Never had any issuesApril 25, 2016Briess DMEHigh quality malt, unfortunately the bag was torn & malt was leaking out. It was shipped this way since there was packing tape over the hole. Disappointed with that decision by MB.March 29, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesHi Caleb,
Sorry to hear about that! I'd like to have a replacement shipped to you; is this still a good address?
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Enid OK 73703November 2, 2016Midwest SuppliesYeast starterStarts my yeast out right.March 17, 2014Good stuffThis is great. You can use it to boost your gravity if you came short at the end of boil. I also use it for starters and recently in "wine cooler" production as well. Over all a great product and very affordable compared to other HB stores.February 21, 2014Good tasteThis is a good base malt and I use it in many beers because of it's lightness. I use darker steeping grains if I need color. Its very sticky when exposed to water so I cut open the bag and spread it around and stir a lot to mix it up so it doesn't clump.February 20, 2014Yeast StarterI always have a bag or two of this on hand for yeast starters. Works great.January 27, 2014Yeast starterI have an entire bag dedicated just to making yeast starter. It also is an emergency gravity booster, just boil it for 15 minutes and add it to the wort in case you under shoot your gravity..December 18, 2013Good for adding a few gravity pointsI keep a bag handy just to kick up a beer a few points on the gravity, give it a little boys and alcohol boost at the same time. Good taste, never stale. I also use it for making yeast starters.October 28, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerHow much DME does it take to make fve gallon of beer?BEST ANSWER: This is greatly dependent on the style of beer you're making. Some beers are fuller bodied and have a higher alcohol level. In general I would go with one pound per gallon. This should give you a starting gravity around1.040. So five pounds should do the trick. If you want your gravity a little higher then just add more. I run a HERMS all grain Electric setup now but still use LME and DME on occasion and for yeast starters. Hope this helps and happy brewing...