Rice Syrup Solids are used to add alcohol and lighten the body of beers. You add them to the boil at the same time as your malt extract. This is the ingredient used in many American lagers, such as the "King" of beers.
I have been ordering ingredients from Midwest for almost a decade and have found them to be the most consistent supplier out there. The sell quality products and their customer service is top notch.
It is a very difficult thing to review a product like rice syrup. It did the job as expected. Midwest on the other hand did a great job at getting the whole order to me quickly and safely. The only thing I have an issue with (and not just Midwest) is the grain production estimates at 100%. I use a very broad calculator system that has (I assume) industry standard sugar production data but when I used the grains I got it showed my production way lower than I usually get. With most similar grains I've used I get around 80% to 85% but the reading were closer to 65%. It would be nice to see the 100% expected. Sorry off topic of Rice Syrup Solids. This was as expected
Works good with making my lager beer
Yes believe it or not I used this to make this buds for you recipe which turned out great will use this for an upcoming wedding in which the groom said mostly my friends drink Bud and Bud light however I will also provide a chocolate milk stout yum!
Not only does it add fermentables, it thins out the beer and keeps it as light as possible. Because of the cost I only use it where I need it. For an ale I would just add more grain.