Maillard Malts® Gold Malt Extract Syrup

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Maillard Malts® Gold Malt Extract Syrup is made from pale malt with a small amount of CaraPils, which results in a very light color and excellent head retention capabilities.

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Our most popular and versatile malt syrup, Maillard Malts® Gold provides a well-rounded flavor and full body. It is the first choice for British and American pale ales, IPAs, and much more. Approximately 4L, 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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It is amaze balls
I have used it several times and the results are fantastically delicious.
June 23, 2016
The Brewers Holy Grail
After trying different approaches,NB's Gold LME is it!
November 1, 2013
Solid performer
Good every time, attenuation good, flavor fine. Glad to buy it!
July 20, 2013
A+
Great base for a pale ale. Add it 30mins. into a 60 min. boil and you end up with a golden color.
July 5, 2012
Great product
I used it in an IPA the result was fantastic. Another great product by Northern Brewer.
March 20, 2010
pretty happy
I bought a six pack of this extract to try it out. 6 great batches of beer. I will probably use this as my "go to" mix now.
March 10, 2012
nothing but love
I bought the 33 pound canister and used it in a good 5 brews. Everyone of them came out with great body and mouthfeel, not to mention the great flavor. I will definitely be buying this again
January 15, 2011
Solid LME
I have used this may times... it fits the bill for certain brews... nice malt balance and crystal love. It is a great "quick brew extract" when I cannot do an all grain batch. Going extract cuts about 1.5 hours off my brew day. :-) stay thirsty my friends...
May 15, 2012
Great product at a good price.
I use it for my pale ales and pilsners too. Good flavor. Light color if not added at beginning of boil. :)
June 22, 2012
Lme
Good flavor and consistancy
February 10, 2016
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Is the Millard malts gold extract hopped or unhopped?
R U on Dec 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unhopped if the malt is hopped it must specify since it doesn't it means it's just gold malt.
Would consider provided information on all your extracts to the BeerSmith for the BeerSmith Software? I am a newbie and using that software to manage my recipes. Here are the variables it asks me to enter an extract... Can you provide. Tnx!!!

SRM
Potential SG
Moisture %
Protein %
J I on Jul 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jim,

Thank you for brewing with us. We do not provide those parameters for extract brewing since those most of those parameters are relevant for the mash which has already been done. We do have protein%, moisture%, and SRM ratings for most (if not all) of the grains we offer. The potential SG will deteremined by how much grains or extract you add to your brew.

For the liquid malt extracts we do have SRM rating in degrees Lovibond listed in the product descriptions, as well as their PPG ratings (i.e. Approximately 4L, 1.036 ppg.)

For all of our kits we do provide the intended SG, which be notated as starting gravity (SG), or original gravity (OG). This information can be found on the recipe/instruction sheet and on our website.

I hope this helps you get your software dialed in a bit closer.

Cheers,

Lance F.
Does this malt make 5 gallons?
D D on Jun 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Depends on the recipe, and how much you buy, the 3 pounds not enough on its own for 5 gallons, but the size that is a little over 6 pounds should be enough with hops to make a good light pale ale or use more malt and hops for a IPA or double IPA that's mostly the style I make. You might want amber or Maris otter malt for a lager or amber ale.
How much do you need for a 1 gallon batch?
C A on Jun 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That would depend on the type of beer and/or the desired alcohol content. According to my calculator:

Liquid Malt Extract Weight to Alcohol%
(in 1 gallon of water)

1.00 lbs - 3.6%
1.25 lbs - 4.6%
1.50 lbs - 5.5%
1.75 lbs - 6.4%
2.00 lbs - 7.3%

Keep in mind this does not include any other additions of grains.
yes was wondering about how much I would need to brew a 5 gallon batch I currently do all grain and would like to try this alone as well as part grain as well
mike c on Mar 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Really it comes down to what type of beer you are making. Most recipes I have come across call for at least 6 Ibs. of LME. I made a really good Mango Honey Wheat beer using 3.15 Ibs. of the Gold with 3.15 Ibs. of the Wheat. It came out to be around 5% and has a great malty taste at start.
What is the shelf life of your LME
Z A on Oct 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I order it as required, so I try to keep it on the shelf less than 3 weeks, but I would be unconcerned if I kept it in cool, dark conditions and doubled that time before putting it to pasteur.

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