To get the best batch of beer you need the best ingredients. This Munton & Fison Light Dry Malt Extract is perfect to use when you are brewing any lighter style of beer
- Color: 3 - 5 °L.
- Moisture: 5.5%,
- Protein: 7.5% max
- pH: 5-6
- From the UK
- Spraymalt extract made from 100% malt extract
- Ideal for use in any lighter style of beer
- Color: 3 - 5 °L.
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.020 Reviewsgreat additionI use this to raise the abv in some of the beer kits I buy. I even use it occasionally in an all grain recipe to get the abv up around 5.5 or so.April 13, 2018Purchased
11 months agobest dmegreat quality, can use in most recipes by using in intermediate partial mash brewing
methods, and can get your preferred beer color with toasted, roasted, biscuit, or carmel grains etc.April 10, 2018Purchased
8 months agoWort Booster!Boosted a batch of Stout with 1lb of this. Turned out very good.December 28, 2017Purchased
1 year agoMunton Light vs. Briess Golden LightJust "A/B" tested Munton vs Briess. The Munton was a bit more orange, Briess a bit more yellow. Briess held a head better, Munton I would use a specialty grain with to achieve a similar result. Both were "full- bodied" tasting, the Briess being a bit brighter and Munton more on the subtle and toasty side.July 2, 2016March 17, 2016Multiple usesIM using one of these packs for yeast starters and another pound for a hard lemonade.October 18, 2013Nice DMEGood DME for your brew. You can trust this productOctober 9, 2013light dmeI use this when I make english beers. Excellent flavor and color.September 8, 2013good starter maltI keep this on hand to make many starters. I haven't gone wrong with it yet. Probably need another bag soon. I have also used in the brew pot and does its job well.August 15, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersCan you brew a 5 gallon batch of beer from dry malt extract and if so, how many pounds per gallon?BEST ANSWER: I prefer to use DME and find Munton and Fison to be superior. I generally use 6 lbs. for a five gallon batch. This produces a wort with a specific gravity of about 1.055. If fermented to a final gravity of 1.010 this will yield a beer with about 6% alcohol by volume. Happy brewing!