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Sparkling Amber Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

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Sparkling Amber Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

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Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME) Sparkling Amber is a rich malty, caramel-flavored extract that is excellent when used alone or with specialty malts for extract brewing.

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Briess Dry Malt Extract- Sparkling Amber is a rich malty, caramel-flavored extract that is excellent when used alone or with specialty malts for extract brewing. It is also well suited for boosting gravity and color adjustment in all-grain beers. Made from Base Malt, Caramel Malt 60 °L, and Munich Malt. Color: 10.0 °L.
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4.9 / 5.0
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My Brew day went smoothly and the CBS CLONE looked clear & tasted very good at bottling time. We'll see in 2 weeks.
January 9, 2019
9 months ago
Yeast starter food
I like using this Briess DME for making yeast starters. I let them ferment for a week the refrigerate and decant the Oxigenated beer. There is a lot more yeast and my beers ferment to the final gravity.
January 27, 2014
Good stuff
I love the amber DME. It gives the beer a richer darker appearance and in my opinion a little more caramel flavor. I always keep an extra bag on hand to boost gravity, for yeast starters, to carbonate in case I run out of corn sugar, or just for a spur of the moment brew.
January 15, 2014
Great DME
I used 1 lb of this in a brown ale recipe. It smelled amazing in the brew kettle as I was mixing it in!
October 18, 2013
Made a Great Amber Ale
Used this in combination with some liquid Munich Malt and honey to make a honey amber ale. The results were fantastic. The malt provided an excellent flavor the the brew and fermented out completely. Would use again in a heartbeat.
October 11, 2013
sparkling amber
Good DME. Makes beer that is medium in color. You may wish to steep grains with your beer to add more body and flavor.
September 12, 2013
good for making yeast starters or to kick up a batch
I use 100 grams per liter when making a yeast starter. I also use this occasionally if I get a low conversion and want a little more alcohol. As long as you keep it away from water, its easy to use. Just don't pour it directly over something steaming else the steam will cause it to clump in the bag.
August 24, 2013
Good for making yest starters
I always keep a pound in stock for making yest starters. 100 grams in a flask, then add water to 1 liter. Just make sure when you pour it in there is no water vapor nearby because this stuff will stick to anything at the slightest hint of water.
July 29, 2013
Good dry malt
I like using this malt extract in Pales Ales and IPAs, and even brown ales. It's easier to work with than liquid malt extract, and adds a nice flavor. I also use it for making yeast starters.
April 13, 2013
Good for making beer and starters
I like the DME for making starters because its so convenient._x000D_Its very easy to measure and use. Just keep water away from it._x000D_Measure out what you need and keep the bag away from moisture. Then pour in the DME quickly before it sticks.
March 22, 2013
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