Simpsons English Black Malt
Finest malts from the British Isles. Black Malts are made by roasting malted barley at a higher temperature than that used to produce Chocolate Malts. This also makes it different from roasted barley which uses unmalted barley. This creates a sharp, somewhat tart roasted flavor and deep black color, with a smoother, less dry flavor than roasted barley. Small percentages add reddish color to Scottish ales, red ales, and bitter. Higher percentages give pronounced roasted flavor and aroma and black color with a tan to brown head. Ideal for just about anything black and roasty such as sweet stout or robust porter. 500-600°L
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|SKU||C509I, W509I, G509K|
|Grain Type||Highly Kilned / Roasted Malt|
Excellent aroma and taste of heavily toasted bread. Absolutely recommend for your stout projects.
My Imperial Ale turned out amazing
Great price and an excellent addition to the smoked porter I brewed. My first time adding black malt to recipe - usually use roasted malt.
We used English Black Malt in our latest Porter, among the other ingredients it added a lot of depth to the flavor, will use again!
Worked out great. Nice color and Aroma!