German Oak-Smoked Pale Wheat Malt - Weyermann®

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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
Lovibond 2.1-2.8
Grain Type International Base Malt

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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Brewdog333
Smoked wheat...

I made an award winning smoked porter with some of this malt in my grain bill. It brought a nice mellow smoky flavor with 1 and a 1/2 pounds in a 5 gallon batch. Brewdog333

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Jake B.
Malt super old

Malt was old and had absolutely no smoke character. 4 stars to customer service though for giving me a full refund.

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Dave C.
Oak smoked wheat malt

Great addition to a smoked Porter

M
Marc
Return of the smoked wheat beer

This is the second time I’ve brewed a Graetzer beer from this malt (scroll down for my earlier review). It’s a historical style, a pleasant all-wheat beer, surprisingly soft given all the hops and all the smoke. This second batch of malt came out somewhat lower on the smoky character than the first batch, or maybe that’s just what I’m remembering. Still a very pleasant result.

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StepR
Great for Grodziskie

Oak smoked grains give a different taste then the rausch biers you've tasted. This is subtle, like drinking a scotch whiskey, but some say it tastes like bacon. Last time I used 6 lbs oak-smoked wheat with two pounds of white wheat, and it was just subtle. This time I used 8 lbs with one pound barley, and it was almost too pronounced, but still excellent. I use kolsch yeast.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
80%
(16)
15%
(3)
5%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
B
Brewdog333
Smoked wheat...

I made an award winning smoked porter with some of this malt in my grain bill. It brought a nice mellow smoky flavor with 1 and a 1/2 pounds in a 5 gallon batch. Brewdog333

J
Jake B.
Malt super old

Malt was old and had absolutely no smoke character. 4 stars to customer service though for giving me a full refund.

D
Dave C.
Oak smoked wheat malt

Great addition to a smoked Porter

M
Marc
Return of the smoked wheat beer

This is the second time I’ve brewed a Graetzer beer from this malt (scroll down for my earlier review). It’s a historical style, a pleasant all-wheat beer, surprisingly soft given all the hops and all the smoke. This second batch of malt came out somewhat lower on the smoky character than the first batch, or maybe that’s just what I’m remembering. Still a very pleasant result.

S
StepR
Great for Grodziskie

Oak smoked grains give a different taste then the rausch biers you've tasted. This is subtle, like drinking a scotch whiskey, but some say it tastes like bacon. Last time I used 6 lbs oak-smoked wheat with two pounds of white wheat, and it was just subtle. This time I used 8 lbs with one pound barley, and it was almost too pronounced, but still excellent. I use kolsch yeast.