Rahr American 2-Row

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Rahr American 2-Row

SKU W001I

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$2.19

Product Details

Rahr 2-row malt is one of our most popular base malts, it is perfect for brewing nearly any style ale. It is made from Harrington and Metcalf barley grown on the western prairies of the US and malted in Minnesota.

It is low in total nitrogen, well modified, high in enzymes, and easily converts with a single step infusion mash. It has a light, clean, smooth flavor. 1.7°L

Additional Information

SKU W001I,C001I,G001K
Diastatic Power 110-200
Grain Type Base Malts
Malt Color Light (0-15 L)

Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
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Robert B.
Excellent base malt

Crushes well and makes great beer.

M
Mark J.

I stopped in at the St. Paul store for supplies, the staff was friendly and helpful ! Great experience thank you!!!

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Customer
Great... Very smooth drinking

Really enjoyed it, smooth to drive and the flavor was above my expectations.

j
joel b.

For my purposes this product is perfect it’s always fresh the crush is perfect and it doesn’t leave any flavors that I don’t want it does it’s job well.

r
ryan c.
Great stuff

I bought a 50 lb bag of some base grain, some specialty grains, hops, and yeast. I won’t bore you with my recipes but it made some great beer. Beware the shipping costs on bulk grain though.

Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
92%
(33)
6%
(2)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Robert B.
Excellent base malt

Crushes well and makes great beer.

M
Mark J.

I stopped in at the St. Paul store for supplies, the staff was friendly and helpful ! Great experience thank you!!!

C
Customer
Great... Very smooth drinking

Really enjoyed it, smooth to drive and the flavor was above my expectations.

j
joel b.

For my purposes this product is perfect it’s always fresh the crush is perfect and it doesn’t leave any flavors that I don’t want it does it’s job well.

r
ryan c.
Great stuff

I bought a 50 lb bag of some base grain, some specialty grains, hops, and yeast. I won’t bore you with my recipes but it made some great beer. Beware the shipping costs on bulk grain though.