Weyermann® German Oak-Smoked Pale Wheat Malt
2.3-3.9° L. This is an heirloom malt known for its use in Gr¤tzer/Grodziskie, a smoked wheat beer once popular in Northern Germany and Poland. This style is related to the German weissbier, but is unusual in that it was a 100% wheat malt beer.
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|SKU||C389I, W389I, G389K|
|Grain Type||International Base Malt|
Not the more tradiional smoked malt....there's a bit of campire and phenols. Like it though and it's essential for making Gratzer or Grodziskie.
I used 4 lbs in a smoked porter. It was my first attempt and I was too cautious. I will use more (5-6lbs at least) next time. The smoke is starting to show thru although pretty mild. Really, I am ok with the smoke level but I want more malt flavor than wheat provides. Still a good beer
Nice subtle smoke. In the recipe that I put together I used 75% smoked wheat malt and 25% pilsener malt. This was the best tasting wheat beer ever made by me.
Arrived quickly and fresh. A great wheat malt with mildly smoky aroma. Will try a grodzskie with this
Not quite the smokiness of previous batches of this malt, we will see how the final product is still in fermentation at this point.