Crisp English Brown Malt

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60-70° L. Made from green malt. Imparts a dark roasted flavor and bitterness to beer. Works great in older styles of English ales such as brown ales and mild stouts and porters.

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Additional information

SKU C512I, W512I, G512K
Extract Percentage 71
Lovibond 60-70
Moisture Percentage 3.5
Grain Usage 10
Grain Type Lightly Kilned / Toasted Malt

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Randy J.
Good malt

I used this in my Nut Brown Ale. 4 % of the grain bill. It gave a nice addition to the color and overall taste.

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Customer
Always reliable

NB Grains are always good and reliable. I have never had a problem with them. The English Brown is in the fermentor now bubbling away!

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Stephen L.
Nothing like Crisp for the 500th

Truth be told, you can't go wrong with Crisp malt. I have reached the distinguished mark of my 500th batch of homebrew (started in 1993). The occasion called for something special, and I used nothing but Crisp (including the Heritage Chevalier malt they make) for a first run barley wine. Try it, you won't be disappointed.

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Rosetta P.

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Based on 13 reviews
77%
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15%
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8%
(1)
0%
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0%
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R
Randy J.
Good malt

I used this in my Nut Brown Ale. 4 % of the grain bill. It gave a nice addition to the color and overall taste.

C
Customer
Always reliable

NB Grains are always good and reliable. I have never had a problem with them. The English Brown is in the fermentor now bubbling away!

S
Stephen L.
Nothing like Crisp for the 500th

Truth be told, you can't go wrong with Crisp malt. I have reached the distinguished mark of my 500th batch of homebrew (started in 1993). The occasion called for something special, and I used nothing but Crisp (including the Heritage Chevalier malt they make) for a first run barley wine. Try it, you won't be disappointed.

R
Rosetta P.

Crisp English Brown Malt

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Customer

Crisp English Brown Malt