Weyermann® German Dehusked Carafa I Malt

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300-375° L. Dehusked Carafa I intensifies the aroma and color of dark beers while contributing very low astringency. Use 1-5%. Ideal for bock, doppelbock, altbier, and especially Schwarzbier. Small amounts can be used for color adjustment in amber beers. Also nice in stouts and porters.

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Additional information

SKU C372I, W372I, G372K
Extract Percentage 70
Lovibond 300-375
Moisture Percentage 3.5
Grain Usage 5
Grain Type Highly Kilned / Roasted Malt

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For the love of darkness

Carafa I Malt iby Weyermann is always in my brewing arsonal for making Dunkles and Porters. And it brews dry. I've used countless combinations and without this the brew falls short. I've dumped my fair share.

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Weyerman German Dehusked Carafa Malt

The finished product was smooth and flavorful without any stringent or harsh notes. Was very pleased with the result of using the dehusked version and will do so again with future Munich Dunkel brews

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Andrew S.
Carafa I

Rich chocolaty and coffee notes, dark toasty, only very slightly bitter. Gave me a fairly dark color being the only roasted malt at 10% of the grist in my dark saison. I'd recommend this product highly to avoid the acrid qualities of other roasted grains.

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john
For the love of darkness

Carafa I Malt iby Weyermann is always in my brewing arsonal for making Dunkles and Porters. And it brews dry. I've used countless combinations and without this the brew falls short. I've dumped my fair share.

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Customer
Weyerman German Dehusked Carafa Malt

The finished product was smooth and flavorful without any stringent or harsh notes. Was very pleased with the result of using the dehusked version and will do so again with future Munich Dunkel brews

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Andrew S.
Carafa I

Rich chocolaty and coffee notes, dark toasty, only very slightly bitter. Gave me a fairly dark color being the only roasted malt at 10% of the grist in my dark saison. I'd recommend this product highly to avoid the acrid qualities of other roasted grains.