Briess Caramel Malt 80L

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Briess Caramel Malt 80L

SKU W014I

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$1.38

Product Details

Briess Caramel Malt 80L is a medium-dark crystal malt with a deep reddish hue and pronounced flavors of dark caramel with hints of raisin. A great caramel malt for many styles (especially red ales), Use 3-15% for enhanced body, foam stability, color, and flavor. 80°L

Briess caramel malts are produced in a roaster rather than a kiln. This allows for the application of higher temperatures to the green malt, resulting in the development of unique flavors, colors, and aromas.

Additional Characteristics / Applications

  • 80° Lovibond
  • Malt Style: Caramel Malt (Roasted)
  • Flavor: Pronounced Caramel, Slight Burnt Sugar, Raisiny
  • Color: Contributes red to deep red hues
  • Improves foam development and stability


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Additional Information

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SKU

W014I (whole), C014I (crushed), G014K (50 lb. bag)

Extract Percentage

76.0%

Lovibond

80º

Moisture Percentage

4.5%

Grain Usage
  • 1-3% For balance in Pilsners
  • 5-10% California Common Beer, Vienna, Marzen and Oktoberfest
  • 5-15% Doppelbocks, Dark Lagers and Barley Wine
  • 5-15% Certain styles of Brown Ales, Scotch Ales, Stouts and Porters
Grain Type Caramel / Crystal / Cara Malt
Malt Color Medium-Dark (60-120° L)

Customer Reviews

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G
G.-.P.O.
As close as you can get!

Made a great addition to my IPA!

k
k.u.
Grains

I have never had an issue with any of the grains I have received from Midwest.

L
L.H.
a great malt

can't go wrong with Briess malts,

C
C.
Pestered about submitting a review

I’m not reviewing the product though I’m sure it was adequate. Just wanted to stop being pestered by repeatedly being emailed by Midwest Suppliers prompting me to submit a review. Sigh!!

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F.
Gives me caramel flavor, color, and sweetness

I use 16 to a 24 ounces of Crystal 80 in my Porters and Stouts, and 8 ounces in one of my IPAs. In addition to adding some sweetness, it thickens the beer.