Briess Victory Malt
Maillard Malts is proud to carry products from Briess Malt and Ingredient Co, in Chilton Wisconsin. Victory® is Bries' biscuit style malt, lightly roasted to bring out the nutty, toasty, and biscuit flavors and aromas associated with baking bread. It's an excellent malt for adding a layer of dry toasted complexity and a russet brown color to a wide range of beer styles. Use in small amounts to add a touch of warmth to light ales or lagers, or use in larger amounts (up top 25%) in darker beers to bring out more of the toasted biscuit flavors. 28°L
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|SKU||C007I, W007I, G007K|
|Grain Type||Lightly Kilned / Toasted Malt|
NB is by far the best supplier of my home brewing needs
it did the job just fine. i'm drinking a beer made from it right now and trust me, it is what it says it is: victory malt. the rest is up to you.
Added a very nice richness to my imperial pumpkin ale. Very satisfied!
Victory is by far my favorite biscuit malt. I use it in a variety of recipes. I have a Red Ale that is Fat Tire inspired where Victory malt is a key player in making it a brew I almost always keep on tap. Though there is a fine line on the upper bounds of how much I like to use. I find increasing over roughly 8-10% of grain bill can bring out a sharp, biting taste on the finish that I don't much care for. Using yeast with somewhat of an ester profile (ie. WY1272 rather than 1056/S-05/WLP001) and mashing mid range (152-153F) for a single infusion helps to mute this in my experience. Overall it's a really good malt for rounding out flavor profiles in everything from amber ale to IPA when used in appropriate ratios.
Put a little Victory into every beer you make!