Maillard Malts® Dark Malt Extract Syrup

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Maillard Malts® Dark malt syrup is a blend of pale malt with some caramel 60, Munich, and black malt.

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Maillard Malts™ Dark Malt Extract Syrup

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Dark malt syrup is a blend of pale malt with some caramel 60, Munich, and black malt. It creates a dark wort with a smooth taste, suitable for Porters, Stouts, and all other dark beer styles. Approximately 30L, 1.036 ppg. Our malt jugs are made from BPA-free plastic.

Maillard Malts® Malt Syrups are some of the freshest malt extracts you can buy. Our high rate of turnover- we package and sell hundreds of gallons every day -means that the syrup you receive won't have been sitting on the shelf for months. Fresh malt extract makes better beer!

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Perfect for my oatmeal stout recipe!
Great flavor, fresh, good consistency every time I order
October 14, 2015
Dark rich flavor & great for stouts
Created a great stout with flavor of chocolate, coffee, caramel and roasted grains. OG was 1.070 and final was 1.018 (with a little lactose). Will definitely use again. Even with the higher ABV the falvor was remarkable with no traces of the higher alcohol. Great product!
September 28, 2011
versitile dark malt.
dont be afraid of the dark. smooth and slightly sweet.. can do many many types of brews by use of different yeasts, hops, and base grains. wonderfull english dark ales.very good german darks as well. Every time I order I get at least one bottle of the dark.get your summer brew going now !
March 17, 2010
Good simple stuff
I used a number of these They are fine alone, or with toasted grain, or with added sugar, or what ever. I'm buying more
September 21, 2014
great extract
Used this in black ale today. Loved the rich malt flavor and great nose. I will have to say that this really helped make my black ale truly black.
January 14, 2014
Dark Malt extract
Looks good, just bottled today. Will test in afew weeks and let you know how it tastes.
June 15, 2016
took a little longer to receive this time
usually orders placed early in the week get to me late in the same week. Last order did no get here until the next week. Not a problem but I missed a weekend to brew beer
October 10, 2015
Great for dark beers
With 13% Crystal 60 and 3% Black malt, this stuff makes great dark beers. Tastes great. I'm having fun making various porters and stouts with it.
March 1, 2016
Works like a champ
Brewed a few small batches out of this.
October 22, 2015
A solid choice for stouts
Used 6.6 lbs. of NB Dark Malt Syrup for a batch of dry stout. I have been doing research and brewers have stated that dried extract is the way to go, but I gave the house brand syrup a shot. I was pleased I did. This syrup performed impressively during the boil, did not stick nor scorch on the bottom of the pan. It provided a smooth, malty flavor that was fresh, slightly sweet and dry. Delicious. AND economical.
November 5, 2010
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If I want to go all grain instead of this Syrup
What are the ratios per pound LME to grain?

Pale Malt
Caramel 60
Munich Malt
Black Malt
Jeffrey T on Feb 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: An easy way to figure it is to replace extract with base malt; 6 lbs of LME would be 8 lbs of base malt. You'd keep the specialty grains the same, and replace the syrup with an appropriate base malt. In your list below, the Pale Malt would be the base malt, and the Munich Malt can also be a base malt, depending on quantity used. The Caramel 60 and the Black Malt would be specialty grains, keep the same quantity. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
The recipe lists "Sweetener, 6 grams" as an ingredient. What type of sweetener is used in the recipe? Is it a sweetener similar or equivalent to Stevia?
M T on Dec 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello Marty,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! The product that you tagged to in this question is a Liquid Malt Extract, but I assume that you meant to ask a question about the sweetener in the hard cider kits. That sweetener is sucralose. Here is a good description from wikipedia of the sweetener: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sucralose Have a wonderful day!

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