DetailsThe most popular and versatile malt syrup, Maillard Malts' Gold LME is a solid base for any batch of homebrew, earning its place as the universal ingredient. Whether used as a base malt, gravity booster or yeast starter, Gold LME gives consistent and predictable results.
With fermentability at 75% and wort color contributions between 2.0°L to 6.0°L, Gold Malt Syrup offers light color and good head retention for well-rounded flavor and a full body.
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5.0 / 5.09 ReviewsMy Go-To Workhorse Malt ExtractMaybe not the right choice for a really pale, light beer, but otherwise this is my go-to malt extract for any style.December 24, 2016Purchased
7 months agogood stuffsimple cheap effective way to make some good and fast home brewNovember 25, 2016Purchased
7 months agoExcellent productI've been using this malt extract for years and it's one of the reasons I continue to use the extracts. It's consistent quality and ease of use can't be beat. I usually come up with my own recipes and Midwest's malt selections make it very easy and fun. I'm still brewing THE best beer in the state of Kansas and appreciate Midwest Supplies!December 31, 2015Maillard MaltsMaillard Malts are always fresh and have a distinctive rich and mellow taste.July 30, 2016Excellent MaltsI've never had a bad batch using Maillard Malts. I would recommend these to anyone.February 2, 2017Purchased
4 months agoVersatile LMEI use this LME as a base malt in many of my ales. It's a great base for a pale ale. Add it 30mins. into a 60 min. boil and you end up with a golden color. Good foundation upon which to add specialty grain steepings or partial mash runnings.January 24, 2014Good Versatile LMEI've been using the Gold LME for a while and the quality is consistent - important when you're trying out different styles to have a constant trusted product.March 16, 2016Fresh tastingUnlike the prior place I used to buy at, these jugs taste god and fresh, and are not old or heat damaged. I use them all the time in most of the ales I brew._x000D_I pour it out, then fill up the jug with heated water, shake, and the remaining extract dissolves and I get it all out.February 23, 2014Pleased with the Golden MaltI made a 5 gallon "test" batch with 6lbs Golden Malt without any other malt. I added 1 oz of Perle hops to the boil and 1/2 oz Perle for a 10 min finish. This is mild hopping, I like hoppy flavors but I really wanted to taste the malt more than anything in this test batch. 4 days in fermenter, 4 days in Corny Can, and a delicious, mild, golden ale in my favorite glass. This is a great base-malt any adjunct grains I add to this brew should give me the flavors I will be looking for, In the mean time, it is hot in Pensacola, so a mild blonde is perfect. 6# Price is fantastic, 5 gals of great beer for less than the cost of two 12 packs of FCW beer... :)June 12, 2014
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