Golden Light Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

  • Golden Light Briess Dry Malt Extract (Dme) in three different sizes
Golden Light Briess Dry Malt Extract (Dme) in three different sizes quarter pound bag of DME 1-pound bag of DME 3-pound bag of DME

Golden Light Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

SKU 20114



Product Details

Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME) - Golden Light is an excellent light-colored pure malt extract. Use alone for light-colored beers, or with specialty malts to brew beers of all styles.

  • Made in USA
  • Boosts gravity and yeast propagation
  • Made from Base Malt and Carapils Malt

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Grain Usage

All styles of extract beer, and to adjust the color, flavor and gravity of all grain beers

Malt Color Light (0-15° L)

Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
j b.
DME light

Worked great in a no boil NEIPA. Fruit forward, hazy....tasty

Scott B.
Great for Yeast Starter

I use this for my yeast starter. Mix 1/2 cups of this DME with 1 litter of water. Boil for 15 minutes. Add to your sanitized beaker. Cool in ice bath with sanitized tin foil covering mouth of beaker. Add your yeast. Recover beaker. Wait two or more days to use in your wort. I also use a stir plate.

Scott N.
50# DME Order

Arrived on time with no issues. Will order again.

Ross W.
Superlative fill-in

I got a beer kit as a xmas gift from my Bro-in-Law. It was a competing beer-kit seller [okay, it was Bell's, and the kit was Hopslam®]. The only problem was, their kit came without a required 4th pound of light DME; it had substituted wheat DME in its place. When queried, their 'expert' said that wheat for light DME "probably would not" affect the end product. "Probably not". They did not correct the oversight and send a replacement pound of light DME. I had to buy my own. Which is where Midwest came in.

I brewed the beer and have had a few at this point. It turned out exactly as it should have, without any "probably not" affects of freelance substitutions.

Maria F.D.d.

Great for starters