Gambrinus Canadian Honey Malt
Honey Malt is a unique malt produced by the Gambrinus Malting Corporation, a small malting company in Armstrong, British Columbia, Canada. It is made using a special process that develops distinctive flavors. The unique process puts Honey malt in the same family as German "œbrumalt" and melanoidin malt. The result is an intense malt sweetness free from roasted or astringent flavors, with a characteristic honey-like flavor and golden color. It really doesn't compare to any other malt. Its unique qualities and sweet maltiness make it a perfect specialty malt in many styles. It can be used for up to 10% of the grist but the flavor can become assertive at higher usage rates. 20-30°L
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|SKU||C010I, W010I, G010K|
|Grain Type||Lightly Kilned / Toasted Malt|
I use this in most of my brews, I have a Honey Cream Ale, a Maple Honey Rye Pale Ale and a Belgian Tripel I Use it in. I Love the Results
Love it. I use 2-3% of the grist in some IPAs for some extra character and a little sweetness and color, especially in a NEIPA or hoppy pale ale.
My first time trying this malt. Need to up the percentage next time to get more flavor, but it's good.
I found this by accident and made what I felt was my best IPA ever. I will use at least a pound or two in my grain bills
Great in small doses to add flavor and a touch of color to blondes, pales, and hazys. Adds a little color but just enough to not be darkening.