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 ReviewsGreat productI use this stuff in just about every recipe and it's great for yeast starters as well. I always keep extra on hand because it's like a universal ingredient.May 14, 2013must haveI use this stuff to add a little ABV to many kits I brewJune 21, 2013Good malt extractI use Briess DME all the time in my beers and starters. Its easy to work with (just keep away from water), easy to measure, and tastes good. I can add it to the fermentor if I need extra alcohol too. No dominating flavor or color, just good malt.July 9, 2013Does what it should.Good product. I bought this to augment a couple recipes and it does a great job. I prefer this over the LME as I think it adds more body to the beer. Works great.July 15, 2013Consistently GoodI keep a ton of this on hand at all times. The quality is always good, and it's perfect for a little gravity boost, yeast starters, and lighter beers if you're brewing with extract.July 22, 2013starter fuel.i bought this to use for yeast starters, totally effective._x000D_i was just a little surprised to see some caking in the bag before i opened it, but wasn't really a big deal and dissolved fine. never seen it before and never seen it since, so most likely an isolated incident._x000D_definitely a good thing to have around for various reason, perhaps if your OG is a little lower than expected.July 28, 2013Great for IPA'sI use this along with the LME to make great IPA's. I use part of the bag for making a starter and the rest in the brew. Good price.August 15, 2013briess goldenThis is a good DME for making light beers. It is crisp and clear. The flavor is light and dry, so you may want to steep grains to give your beer more body.September 10, 2013Perfect for yeast startersIt's always good to have some DME on hand for yeast starters, and the 1 lb bag is a great deal!October 16, 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...