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British Crystal 70/80L Malt - Bairds Malt

British Crystal 70/80L Malt - Bairds Malt

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75 °L - Bairds Malt - Great English malt that will provide a darker range of color with some nice caramel sweetness.

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English Oatmeal Stout
Mark B on Dec 1, 2022
Water tastes better with it.
Rich S on Oct 20, 2022
English Oatmeal Stout
Mark B on Dec 1, 2022
special recipe
bryce k c on Nov 10, 2022
Water tastes better with it.
Rich S on Oct 20, 2022
Irish Red A
Richard S on Aug 10, 2022
Recipe called for
James B on Aug 7, 2022
Velvet Hammer recipe
Scott T on Jun 21, 2022
Red Ale
Richard S on May 31, 2022
Recipe
Timothy W on Apr 12, 2022
Used before with good results
Brian J on Feb 19, 2022
recipe
Joseph N on Feb 15, 2022
for English beer recipes
Aaron P on Jan 25, 2022
Making another batch of Gordon Strong's Irish Stout
Thomas Brophy on Jan 10, 2022
English ale
Mike V on Dec 31, 2021
To make beer
Jarvis R on Dec 10, 2021
British Brown and Porter
Drew S on Dec 3, 2021
Vienna lager
Juan A on Dec 3, 2021
Price
Rick E L on Nov 17, 2021
British Beers require British grains!
Chris Dornbach on Nov 16, 2021
irish red
Richard S on Oct 27, 2021
Winter ale
Kimberly B on Oct 21, 2021
Dark American lager
Joshua M on Sep 22, 2021
Need it
Gary K on Aug 14, 2021
Couldn't find Simpson's crystal in the 80L range; this seemed like a close substitute
Timothy D on Jul 23, 2021
Brewing a porter.
Joseph C on May 26, 2021
oatmeal stout
john r on May 26, 2021
Recipe
Erin C on Dec 31, 2020
Some sweetness
John S on Nov 26, 2020
Prefer this over typical Crystal 80 options
Scott Taylor on Nov 4, 2020
good quality and price
Nick S on Oct 29, 2020
color and mouth feel
Alan G on Oct 24, 2020
Try it as a replacement for the Briess 80L in an amber.
dratdrat on Oct 20, 2020
to make porter
Roy D on Oct 14, 2020
I use it to make beer
ERNESTO C on Oct 13, 2020
I’m out and like to keep it on hand
Roger W on Oct 11, 2020
Brew day recipe.
John on Oct 2, 2020
to make BEER
Kenneth L on Sep 11, 2020
Making a Belgian Pale Ale
Eric G on Aug 7, 2020
For a Modern NewCastle Brown Ale
Robert S on Aug 6, 2020
Part of a recipe
Wesley J on Jul 31, 2020
to make my stout
Charles J on Jul 30, 2020
Part of recipe
Tom O on Jul 21, 2020
color and flavor
Gerald F on Jun 12, 2020
Red Ale. Need I say more?
Gabriel David Kehner on Jun 10, 2020
Perfect for many British ales
David R on May 28, 2020
Lager
Richard S on May 23, 2020
To take over the World
Doi j Hayashi on May 5, 2020
British beer and color
Vince on Apr 28, 2020
Brewing an ESB
Christian H on Apr 21, 2020
For London Pub Ale
Richard S on Apr 9, 2020
Planning to use for an ESB recipe. I like the dark fruit flavors that the British crystal malts have after conditioning in the keg a couple weeks.
Matthew P on Apr 7, 2020
special recipe
bryce k c on Nov 10, 2022
Irish Red A
Richard S on Aug 10, 2022
Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
One of My Favorite British Crystal Malts
I've started substituting this and Bairds 50/60 for almost all recipes calling for crystal, where appropriate. Very rich taste and quality results from this.
January 29, 2020
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
I love the flavor of British Crystal malt.
Used it in an ESB, and it added a great color and a light caramel flavor unique to the style.
May 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Good malt
Used this malt several times for various beers. This malt is especially good for dark beers.
May 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Crystal
Never heard of the brand before, but it tasted just like crystal should (tested chewing on grain).
May 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
A great malt
Used this malt several times for various beers. This malt is especially good for red ales & as a crystal addition to darker beers.
May 1, 2013