DetailsPurchase full sacks of these premium base malts from US based maltsters to save on the staple grains that drive your brews to perfection. These malts are capable of self conversion and can be used to make up 100% of a grist, or in smaller proportions to add character for unique beer styles. From domestic Munich and Vienna type malts, to wheat and rye malts - our wide selection ensures you can find the right malt for any beer style.
Base malts make up the majority of the grist in all-grain beer. This group includes pale malt, Pilsner malt, Vienna malt, Munich malt, Mild ale malt, and more; there are also non-barley base malts like wheat malt and rye malt.
Base malts can be named based on the formation of corns on the barley stalk (2-row vs. 6-row), the barley variety (e.g., Maris Otter, Golden Promise, etc), or the region in which the barley was grown or malted (America, England, Moravia, etc).
American base malt is generally mild and fairly neutral; British malts tend to be maltier, bready, and biscuit-like. The European climate gives malts made from Continental barley a clean, “elegant” character. Pilsner malt has a soft, delicate maltiness that practically defines pale lagers. “High-kilned” (heated to a higher temperature at the end of the malting process) base malts are responsible for the dark, malty lagers of Europe and have found a home in many ales because of their unique character. Munich and Vienna malts are the prime examples of high-kilned malts, although mild ale malt belongs to this category too. The darker color lends these malts a more toasty, malty flavor than you get from lighter base malts.
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4.9 / 5.049 ReviewsGreat in my opinion for any style of brew.Great in my opinion for any style of brew.July 11, 2019Purchased
1 month agomashs just rightmashs out just right am able to get all sugars with one mashJuly 9, 2019Purchased
1 month agoOverall very satisfiedMy experience with your company so far has been excellent, I have received each of my orders in full and in a timely manner and will definitely recommend you to family and friendsJune 26, 2019Purchased
1 month agoGood value.Awesome grains, clean and ready to mill and brew, so far I have brewed 2 beers with it and had great results.May 27, 2019Purchased
2 months agoSuper productsGreat quality as expected.May 26, 2019Purchased
2 months agoBest bulk price so far!Super fast delivery and a decent bulk malt price. Best I’ve found so far. Will buy again.May 14, 2019Purchased
2 months agoRahr 6 row malt.Excellent pricing, shipping cost along with delivery of the Rahr 6 row malt.May 12, 2019Purchased
3 months agoBox was a little beat up, bag was intact, shipping is free. Can't complain about that.April 1, 2019Purchased
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Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 13 answersHow many lb sack is the Rahr 2row?BEST ANSWER: They should all be 55# now. I think rahr transitioned to 55# at the beginning of 2018.I want to buy unhulled barley, about 25-50 lb. Is DOMESTIC BASE MALTS unhulled barley?. Please let me know where I can find unhealed barley.BEST ANSWER: All of our base malts will have hulls, as they are necessary for the mashing process. Our Debittered Black Malt is the only malt we offer that does not have any hulls.Is this malt uncrushed?BEST ANSWER: When you buy a sack of grains it is whole (uncrushed). If you buy it by the pound you have the option for crushed or whole.How much h per pallet?