Maltodextrine is used largely in low gravity beers, and is a non-fermentable sugar added to the boil (up to 8 ounces in a 5 gallon batch) to add body and mouth-feel to the beer. Maltodextrine does not produce any flavors, and does not add alcohol to your beer.
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I use this in my kits to give the batch more body. I have never had any problem.
I've been playing with true session beers, under 4% ABV. This stuff is an easy way to get body and mouthfeel.
Sometimes my beers over attenuate and are too thin. After moving to the secondary I taste it. I add in two to three ounces and see how that fixes it. If more is needed, I add another ounce. I add between 4 and 8 ounces. Just mix it with beer and then add it back in.
This is a great product that gives no extra taste or flavor but boosts up the body of the beer.
This is great to have on hand at all times to add a little extra body to your beers.