DetailsAchieve the German malted glory you've always dreamt of! Maillard Malts' Munich LME is a half-pale ale half-Munich malt that contributes thick body and mouth feel for an exceptionally heavy brew. With a fermentability of 75%, this specialty malt extract is made using a traditional multiple step mashing process to achieve higher levels of fermentability. It is a very rich, malty, amber colored extract with wort color contributions at approximately 8°L.
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5.0 / 5.07 ReviewsMake a great Oktoberfest BierThe best one to use for an Oktoberfest Bier is a Munich Malt, and this is a great one.September 26, 2018Purchased
2 months agoI prefer using the Munich malt because of its character: a richness and complexit without being too heavy.April 16, 2018Purchased
7 months agoGood packageImpressed family sitting on the counter after arriving promptlyApril 10, 2017Purchased
1 year agotop qualityfresh as can be. great malty flavor. works great for us extract brewers who want that munich flavor that you just can't get otherwise.December 17, 2016Purchased
over 2 years agoWorking the pilsner. Very pleasedWorking the pilsner. Very pleasedMarch 23, 2016Fresh - makes a good Amber lagerIt's darker than I expected, but still fresh and good tasting._x000D_It's got a fuller and sweeter taste than light Munich.March 27, 2014Good Munich maltMakes a good Altbier. It was the base malt in my Altbier kit and provided a good taste to the beer. It's a little darker than I expected but it's fresh and makes a good Altbier.January 27, 2014
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 8 answerswhat is the gravity contribution on these for use in beersmith 2 or biermacht in Android?BEST ANSWER: Fermenting this alone will give you a starting gravity of 1.042 and final of 1.011 approx. In a 5 gal batch. I am not familiar with these apps so I hope this helps in your brewing.Do I need to add hops to the dark malt extract syrup?BEST ANSWER: I used the Munich malt for an Octoberfest Lager. I added Cascade hops for 30 min. for bittering, Tettnang and Hallertau hops for aroma and finishing.What kind of yeast should I pitch with the dark malt extract syrup?BEST ANSWER: It really depends on what style of beer you'd like to make. You can use everything from a lager yeast (like if you were brewing a bock, or a dunkel) to an American Ale yeast (if you wanted to use the Munich in a malt forward IPA) to a hefeweizen yeast (if you wanted to brew something like a Dunkelweizen). The sky's the limit with combining ingredients to make your own homebrew!