Maillard Malts® Wheat Malt Extract Syrup

$9.99

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Perfect for both American and German styles of wheat beer, Maillard Malts® Wheat Malt Extract Syrup is a blend of wheat malt (65%) and pale malt (35%).

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Maillard Malts™ Wheat Malt Extract Syrup

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Product Details

Provides a very crisp, full-tasting flavor with excellent head retention. Approximately 3L, 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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Excellent Product
I used this extract for a recipe I created and was extremely happy with the results. The product seemed fresh and fermented very well.
June 11, 2011
good stuff
I used this in a cantalope wheat beer. nice and tasty on these hot summer days. 6lbs malt 2 1/2 whole roasted cantalopes 3 oz cascade... very tasty. I WILL be doing this recipe again next year. I love you Northern Brewer
July 18, 2011
Great for Pale Wheat Beers
Just brewed a simple pale wheat with 3 oz of Falconer's late in the boil and 2 oz Simcoe dry for 1 wk. The resulting beer is fantastic, I will be buying a bulk pack of these for the summer.
May 16, 2014
Great product
Last night I cracked the first bottle of a simple wheat beer I made with this LME and some Centenial hops. I'm impressed by how good this tastes less than 4 weeks after brewing. I'll be buying this again to make refreshing session ales.
August 25, 2011
Works Great
NB always has the freshest LME. This wheat LME leaves a great wheat character, and is perfect for any Weizen or Weiss you are putting together.
June 20, 2011
Made a great Wheat beer!
Used 6lbs to brew a 5 gal batch. Good LME. Will use it again for my next Wheat beer.
November 8, 2010
LME
Always been pleased with brewing ingredients from NB. Getting them on sale is an even better deal. I put together a strong pale wheat recipe for cheap. Steeping grains, LME and DME on sale. Yeast harvested from last batch, homegrown and local grown hops and this poor boy gets one more brewing day this year.
November 24, 2015
Happy
I am always happy with my products from Northern Brewer
January 16, 2016
It's LME, what can ya say?
$.50 cheaper than the Briess LME at my local shop but .15lbs lighter? Is this equivalent to 3.3lbs of Briess? Anywho, it's much easier to open and poor than those darn Briess containers.
January 26, 2011
Great Wheat LME
I used it to make a Belgian Wit with orange and lemon peels!
January 18, 2016
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Does this still produce a beer that is amber in color? This used to be an issue with the wheat LME in the past.
S T on Feb 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Because of the high concentration of protein in wheat, this LME is more likely to darken in the boil. You can try late boil malt additions to help reduce darkening, also if you do a full volume boil, make sure the extract gets well dissolved into solution with the flame off and only turn the flame back on once its well dissolved and has not settled onto the bottom of the kettle, the beer should darken less. Usually the resulting wort is amber when using this LME - but there are many factors that can lead to extra darkening. Customer service can help advise based on each individual recipe and brewery equipment and process, to help make sure it does not darken too much. Usually flavor is not affected, just the resulting color.
What is the liquid measure of each container and how much beer will each make?
B M on Mar 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 3.15 lbs is roughly 1 quart. 6 lbs is roughly 2 quarts. However, we strongly recommend measuring malt extract by weight, since its density may vary.

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