Warminster Speciality Malts

Warminster Maltings - Munich Malt

Which Speciality Malt should I use?

This range of Malts have been more highly kilned, and gently add flavour, and colour, to beers. Importantly, they do this without compromise to their enzymic activity. They also enhance the body of beers, and improve head retention and mouthfeel.

Warminster Malts, Their Characteristics and Contribution.

Here at Warminster Maltings, creating our malts the very traditional way, we offer just 3 Speciality Malts, all with quite individual characteristics and flavours, which make them a compelling addition to the mash for Craft Brewers, both big and small. 

All of our Speciality Malts are also stringently monitored from ‘ex farm’ barley selection through to final analysis. Again, provenance is guaranteed, and customers can expect all deliveries to be perfectly fresh.

Speciality Malts are ideal to use for:

Warminster Maltings - Vienna Malt

Mild Ale

Warminster Mild Ale Malt is made specifically for Mild and Brown Ales.

Slightly less fermentable than Pale Ale Malt, so inclusion normally no more than 20%. Sweet/nutty notes with a golden/copper colour.

Uses: Mild and Brown Ales.

Mositure

Max

4.5

Extract as is

Typical

295

Extract as is

Dry

305

EBC Colour

Min-Max

10-14

IOB Colour

Min-Max

8-12

Max

Nitrogen

1.65

Warminster Maltings - Vienna Malt

Vienna

As an addition in Golden, Mild and Brown Ales, Warminster Vienna Malt makes a special difference.

A fraction darker than Mild Ale. But again, at lower inclusion levels, this malt definitely enhances flavour – rich/bread crust notes. It also helps to balance highly hopped IPA’s. Understandably, this malt also enhances a light golden/copper colour.

Uses: Golden Ales and IPA’s, Mild and Brown Ales.

Mositure

Max

4.5

Extract as is

Typical

295

Extract as is

Dry

305

EBC Colour

Min-Max

10-14

IOB Colour

Min-Max

8-12

Max

Nitrogen

1.65

Warminster Maltings - Munich Malt

Munich

If you are considering brewing Dark Lagers, Warminster Munich Malt will add that extra depth of colour.

Again, a fraction darker than Vienna, but still without compromising enzymic activity. More pronounced sweet/nutty notes.

Uses: Darker Lagers.

Mositure

Max

4.5

Extract as is

Typical

295

Extract as is

Dry

305

EBC Colour

Min-Max

15-20

IOB Colour

Min-Max

12-17

Max

Nitrogen

1.65

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