DetailsBriess Dry Malt Extract- Pilsen is the lightest colored brewer's grade malt extract available. Use alone for light-colored beers, or with specialty malts to brew beers of all styles. Excellent for boosting gravity and yeast propagation. Made from Pilsen Malt and Carapils® Malt.. Color: 2.0 °L.
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4.9 / 5.022 ReviewsJune 7, 2019Purchased
4 months agoGreat productI live in a small place so I need to brew in small batches. This is a great way for me to save money buying bulk dme....Love the Pilsen malt, it gives me lots of options to add other Malts to make any style of homebrew. Packaged pretty well. The box it came in was smashed up pretty good but the bag was in tact. I broke it up into 3lb bags so it is very convenient to add to a recipe. This is definitely the way to go for people with a situation like me.March 3, 2019Purchased
7 months agoPrime timeI use DME as my primer, and Pilsen light is perfect for summertime brews like Kolsch. The neutral color barely affects the hue of the final product, if at all.Bears for Briess!May 14, 2018Purchased
1 year agoextraI always keep a bag or two on hand.. You can raise the gravity of your beer or use it in place of priming sugar if you have the time to spare. Priming sugar primes a little faster and leaves no added taste to your beer.March 31, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoOrder was completed as requestedOrder was completed as requestedDecember 23, 2015Good for a lighter touch to ipaI was pleased with the outcome when I substituted the pilsen dme for the golden light which I had been using. The result was a bit lighter color and a slightly less malty taste, which allowed the hops flavor and aroma to shine.December 22, 2015Pilsen maltsI can always count on Midwest to have the highest quality ingredients, customer service is excellent, orders are correctly filled and shipped. My favorite style are the Belgians.December 22, 2015Good Pilsner malt taste and no DMSThis is one of the better dry malt extracts in terms of flavor. It also saves me time compapred to mashing all grain because Id need to boil for 90 minutes.April 8, 2014In cas eyou miss your OGIf you miss your original gravity, just boil some water and add this and you have the extra needed fermentables. A a starter the flavor will have minimal impact on your beer and the yeast love it._x000D_February 8, 2014
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 3 answersHow much should I use for 30 gallons of mash?BEST ANSWER: It depends on the desired ABV of your beer, but a typical 7% beer would use between 6 and 7 pounds of dme per 5 gallon batch. So a 30 gallon batch size would require 36-42 pounds of dme. I use dme instead of base malt, so I'd also add to this your adjunct malts.can this be added to wine to boost it's alcohol level?BEST ANSWER: DME is typically only used in beer making. Regular table sugar will work better for wine as it is more fermentable and will not add malty flavors to the wine.