Blonde Belgian Candi Syrup - 1 lb.

  • 1-pound pouch of Blonde Belgian Candi Syrup

Blonde Belgian Candi Syrup - 1 lb.

SKU 2223

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$10.99

Product Details

Want to add sweetness to your beer without adding color? The Blonde Belgian Candi Syrup is light colored candi syrup, cooked briefly to achieve high fermentability and to partially invert sugar. Will not add any color to wort.

- SRM: 1
- 1.032 PPG.

Note: Ships in 1 lb. foil pouch.

Additional Information

SKU 2223

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
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Michael S.C.
Well, it was certainly sugar.

Package arrived quickly, nothing was damaged. It's sugar solution, so there isn't much to say, qualitatively, about it. My one complaint is the regular emails asking me to provide a review of a sugar or a pound of specialty grain. Seriously, Midwest - I love ya, but don't nag me. :)

D
Dan
Key ingredient in Trappist ales

This is a staple that you will be using if you make Trappist ales like I do. It's better quality than some of the cheap substitutes and lightens the body of the beer.

C
Chris
Dubbels and tripels should benefit from this

Add it 10 minutes before flame out. The sugar adds alcohol and thins the beer out a little, making it lighter and more drinkable. It dissolves easily and is better than the hard sugar.

A
Andrew
Boost Trappist ale alcohol level

This is good stuff for brewing high gravity Trappist ales. Its dissolves easily and has no color or odor. It helps to thin what would otherwise be a thick beer.

C
Chase
Recommended for big Belgian beers

I use this in my Belgian Tripels to up the alcohol. Its easy to dissolve and has no color. It lightens the body so its more drinkable.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
80%
(8)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
M
Michael S.C.
Well, it was certainly sugar.

Package arrived quickly, nothing was damaged. It's sugar solution, so there isn't much to say, qualitatively, about it. My one complaint is the regular emails asking me to provide a review of a sugar or a pound of specialty grain. Seriously, Midwest - I love ya, but don't nag me. :)

D
Dan
Key ingredient in Trappist ales

This is a staple that you will be using if you make Trappist ales like I do. It's better quality than some of the cheap substitutes and lightens the body of the beer.

C
Chris
Dubbels and tripels should benefit from this

Add it 10 minutes before flame out. The sugar adds alcohol and thins the beer out a little, making it lighter and more drinkable. It dissolves easily and is better than the hard sugar.

A
Andrew
Boost Trappist ale alcohol level

This is good stuff for brewing high gravity Trappist ales. Its dissolves easily and has no color or odor. It helps to thin what would otherwise be a thick beer.

C
Chase
Recommended for big Belgian beers

I use this in my Belgian Tripels to up the alcohol. Its easy to dissolve and has no color. It lightens the body so its more drinkable.