Maillard Malts® Munich Malt Extract Syrup

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Maillard Malts® Munich Malt Extract Syrup is a 50/50 blend of pale and Munich malts. It produces a red-amber wort with an exceptional dense chewy-malty flavor.

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Maillard Malts™ Munich Malt Extract Syrup

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The fabled and delicious malty-ness of German beers can be yours! Munich malt syrup is a 50/50 blend of pale and Munich malts. It produces a red-amber wort with an exceptional dense chewy-malty flavor. Great for Dopplebocks, Oktoberfest, and more. Approximately 8L, 1.036 ppg.

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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Crisp and Clean
I use this malt in my Christmas or should I say my "Holiday" style beer. It goes well with the Christmas spices and has a very crisp,clean and well balanced flavor.The red color compliments the the theme. Great product.
May 24, 2011
Great extract for Altbiers and Oktoberfest extract recipes
Great extract for Altbiers and Oktoberfest extract recipes. I have used this several times in Altbier and Mocktoberfest Ales at about 13 SRM, 20 IBUs, make a very nice malty, munich malt flavored beer.
April 6, 2011
Pleasantly Toasted
I used 6lbs of the Munich malt with some 1007 yeast to make my own alt. The extract performed quite well with an apparent attenuation of 75% (FG 1.011). The flavor is also very good - exactly like the crust of fresh homemade bread. Some of that flavor may have come from the caramunich 3 grains. But, I did not taste any malt sweetness (caramel/ fig) that is usually associated with dark English styles (and many extracts). My only caveat: I wouldn't describe the flavor as "dense". The Munich syrup definitely delivers on the promise of meladonin but I could have used more "chewiness". If they had a 75% or 100% Munich extract I would definitely give that a try.
January 10, 2011
good stuff
I,'ve found that your munich malt syrup substitutes for amber syrup and makes all of my recipes better. I use it for alts ,brown ales ,amber ales and stouts. it seems to make all of my brews just a little richer and more flavorful. without this syrup my brews just simply would not taste as good. Just keep on making it thanks
November 14, 2013
Munich malt extract
Perfect malt flavor for my Octoberfest. Gives that traditional Oktoberfest flavor.
October 1, 2015
First Munich
This is the first Munich I have used, being extract brewer and all. This was a nice change from the standard light, dark, etc. Never a problem with Maillard.
June 16, 2016
M&M Munich malt
I just bottled a Swartz/IPA hybrid this weekend. I cannot at this time say how it came out until a few weeks from now, but I have used M&M Munich Malt extract before. It is very tasty and easy to work with. I brew mostly all grain beers but wanted to do a recipe that I haven't done in years. This Munich malt is very versatile, you don't have to brew just German beers with it. make a Stout, an IPA, California Common (Steam beer), you wont be disappointed.
October 5, 2015
Munich Extract
Great Malt character.
January 6, 2016
It's still aging
Smells good
November 6, 2015
Essential Ingredient!
Whether you're brewing an Oktoberfest beer, maybe a Maibock, or some other wonderful German-based creation, consider this malt extract as one of your ingredients!
July 6, 2016
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What will be the sugar content after brewing the phat tyre amber ale after the fermentation is done? Of course, the conversion of the sugar to alcohol factor being considered.
C D on Jan 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I don't know the quantitative sugar content, I've not brewed Phat Tyre. However I've used the Munich malt in conjuction with whole grain barley, and the brew comes out very smooth and full. I've had friends tell me, after tasting it for the 1st time, that it tastes sweet. So I'm reckoning the sugar content is fairly high. Hope this helps. Larry

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