Sparkling Amber Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

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Sparkling Amber Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

SKU 20121

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$7.49

Product Details

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 ° Lovibond .



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SKU

20121, 20123, 20125

Lovibond

10.0°

Moisture Percentage

3.0%

Malt Color Light (0-15° L)

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
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Brad S.
Extra DME

Used in the Amber kit to give a bit of kick!! Just bottled yesterday, but everything seemed good. Cannot wait to taste!

T
Tom W.

Been using extract for some time like the balance with malt syrup.

r
ralph s.

Sparkling Amber Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

P
Pat F.
Good

My Brew day went smoothly and the CBS CLONE looked clear & tasted very good at bottling time. We'll see in 2 weeks.

D
Dobson
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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
88%
(14)
13%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
B
Brad S.
Extra DME

Used in the Amber kit to give a bit of kick!! Just bottled yesterday, but everything seemed good. Cannot wait to taste!

T
Tom W.

Been using extract for some time like the balance with malt syrup.

r
ralph s.

Sparkling Amber Briess Dry Malt Extract (DME)

P
Pat F.
Good

My Brew day went smoothly and the CBS CLONE looked clear & tasted very good at bottling time. We'll see in 2 weeks.

D
Dobson
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.