Briess Cherrywood Smoked Malt

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4° L. This unique malt is produced in small batches and smoked over cherry wood, resulting in an enzyme-active malt that contributes an intense yet smooth and sweet smoke flavor and aroma. Recommended for Bamberg-style Rauchbier and other smoked beers, porters, Oktoberfests, and Scottish ale.

At 5-10% of the grist it will contribute a noticeable smoke character in lighter styles; at 30-60% it will contribute a pronounced smoke character to Bamberg-style lagers, Rauchbock, and porters.

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  • Malt Style: Smoked Malt
  • Flavor: Pronounced smoke, Subtle fruity, Malty sweet, Smooth, Clean, Sweeter than Briess Mesquite Smoked Malt
  • Aroma: Pleasant smoke aroma

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    SKU

    C030I, W030I, G030K

    Diastatic Power

    90

    Extract Percentage

    80.5%

    Lovibond

    Moisture Percentage

    6.0%

    Grain Usage

    Briess Cherry Wood Smoked Malt delivers pronounced smoke flavor. We recommend limiting to 60% of the grain bill.

    Grain Type Domestic Base Malt
    Malt Color Light (0-15° L)
    Alpha Amylase

    45

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 28 reviews
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    Briess Cherrywood Smoked Malt

    C
    C.R.R.
    Nice Smoked flavor

    Added a pound to a hoppy black ale. just right to add smoke without over powering

    J
    J.J.
    I don’t do reviews

    After 28 reminders, e-mails arriving in clusters and cluttering up my in-box, grudgingly I concede. It smelled and tasted like cherrywood smoked malt. So, if you want smoked malt that has a nice BBQ note, instead of, I don’t know, that smoke from the fire you accidentally started with your first brewery that burned down the shed full of lawn mowers, gasoline and two-stroke oil, then buy this.

    S
    S.A.
    Mild smokey addition

    This is a great addition to many of my IPA recipes. I get a unique light smokey flavor to set my beers apart from a a standard recipe.

    P
    P.M.
    Good choice for Smoked Porter

    Used 2# in a smoked porter a few years back. The beer did not have a prominent smoke component so I increased to 5# in my latest attempt which brought the smoked malt up to 40% of the grain bill. Going into the keg the beer definitely had a phenolic band aid flavor. Just had the first pint after some conditioning and the harsh phenolic is smoothing out while the smoke flavor remains prominent yet pleasant. Very tasty. Looking forward to seeing what a few more weeks of aging will bring. I would recommend to those who are seeking a subtle smoke flavor, just use enough in malt bill.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 28 reviews
    93%
    (26)
    0%
    (0)
    4%
    (1)
    4%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    D
    D.I.

    Briess Cherrywood Smoked Malt

    C
    C.R.R.
    Nice Smoked flavor

    Added a pound to a hoppy black ale. just right to add smoke without over powering

    J
    J.J.
    I don’t do reviews

    After 28 reminders, e-mails arriving in clusters and cluttering up my in-box, grudgingly I concede. It smelled and tasted like cherrywood smoked malt. So, if you want smoked malt that has a nice BBQ note, instead of, I don’t know, that smoke from the fire you accidentally started with your first brewery that burned down the shed full of lawn mowers, gasoline and two-stroke oil, then buy this.

    S
    S.A.
    Mild smokey addition

    This is a great addition to many of my IPA recipes. I get a unique light smokey flavor to set my beers apart from a a standard recipe.

    P
    P.M.
    Good choice for Smoked Porter

    Used 2# in a smoked porter a few years back. The beer did not have a prominent smoke component so I increased to 5# in my latest attempt which brought the smoked malt up to 40% of the grain bill. Going into the keg the beer definitely had a phenolic band aid flavor. Just had the first pint after some conditioning and the harsh phenolic is smoothing out while the smoke flavor remains prominent yet pleasant. Very tasty. Looking forward to seeing what a few more weeks of aging will bring. I would recommend to those who are seeking a subtle smoke flavor, just use enough in malt bill.