Weyermann® German Carafa II Malt
A German dark roasted malt, in between chocolate malt and black malt. It is roasted with the husk intact to develop more pronounced dry, roasted flavors. Used to intensify the color and dark roasty flavor and aroma of dark beers such as bock, doppelbock, alt, and schwartzbier, but works equally well in stouts, porters, and brown ales. Small amounts can be used for color adjustment in lighter colored beers with minimal flavor contribution. 413-450°L
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|SKU||C048I, W048I, G048K|
|Grain Type||Highly Kilned / Roasted Malt|
I used about 8 oz of this in a cold steep for my dunkel. I might have made it a touch too dark, but it certainly tasted good. I think this is one of those grains where a little goes a long way. I think I'll use the rest of it in a stout sometime later this year.