Rahr White Wheat Malt

$1.79

SKU# U17987

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We bring you this domestic wheat malt from Rahr Maltings, in Shakopee MN.

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We bring you this domestic wheat malt from Rahr Maltings, in Shakopee MN. It’s a great base malt for any style wheat beer. It has a doughy, malty, bready flavor and aroma, with white wheat having a slightly milder wheat flavor than red wheat. High protein levels in wheat lend a fullness of body and excellent head retention, but can lead to difficulty sparging. Use small amounts to enhance foam, or use up to 50% of the grist. We recommend incorporating rice hulls to prevent a stuck sparge when using greater than 25%. 3°L
Additional Information
Malt TypeDomestic Base Malt
Alpha Amylase0
Diastatic Power0
Extract %85
OriginUSA
Soluble Protein %0
Total Protein %12
S/T0
Usage %50
Lovibond3-3.5
Moisture %4.2
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U cant's beat this wheat!
U cant's beat this wheat!
June 15, 2016
Rahr white wheat...
The hefeweisen I make is better than anything I buy in the store. I believe quality ingredients make quality beer. Brewdog333
September 3, 2016
Great base malt
I am planning on using this malt for a light wheat beer. I will post later to let y'all know how it turns out.
September 5, 2016
Another fine job!!
Fast, carefree, early, and ready to brew!!
April 29, 2016
Rahr White Wheat
It turned into great beer. I did a Heff in BIAB method.
July 7, 2016
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I'd like to use about 50% grist in an IPA, roughly 6lbs. Will I need to do a protein rest? I don't mind if it's hazy though.
djeustice on May 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There is no need to do a protein rest if you don't mind a hazy beer. The beer will be hazy even with a protein rest using wheat for 50% of your grist. I hope that this helps! Cheers, NB Brewmasters

Our Customer David J asked that we pass along his answer as well. Here is what he wrote:
"If you don't mind your beer being hazy, you do not need to do a protein rest.
However, with the amount that you are using it may be extremely hazy."

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