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Caramel 10L Malt - Briess Malting

Caramel 10L Malt - Briess Malting

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10 °L - Briess Malting - Our lightest colored Caramel available. The flavor has a candy-like sweetness with mild caramel character. This malt will add golden hues to a beer, creating a beautiful blonde or pilsner. Will also improve the head of a beer.

Also known as Briess Crystal 10L

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Part of recipe
Casey D on Oct 4, 2022
porter
Yamil R on Sep 13, 2022
Part of recipe
Casey D on Oct 4, 2022
Prior use
Steven H on Sep 24, 2022
porter
Yamil R on Sep 13, 2022
Recipe...
Barbara G on Aug 18, 2022
The recipe called for it and to give the beer a little color.
Adam R on Jul 25, 2022
Pale Ale, USA new age lager
William E on Jul 12, 2022
Velvet Hammer recipe
Scott T on Jun 21, 2022
part of recipe
Mark on Jun 8, 2022
inventory for multiple brews
Ryan B on Jun 3, 2022
body
michael n on May 13, 2022
To brew with??!?!
Mitchell Cole on May 10, 2022
Previous history
daron w on May 6, 2022
Smallest size. I really only wanted .5 lbs.
Chester D on May 3, 2022
Making a White (Vanilla Milkshake) Stout
Steve L on Apr 25, 2022
recipe
Mitch A on Apr 7, 2022
Brewing an ipa
Andrew R on Mar 15, 2022
finish an IPA
Mark Panther on Feb 26, 2022
it was the only one that came in a bag, the rest were spilled all over the web page
Benedict V on Feb 22, 2022
recipe
LLoyd W D on Feb 8, 2022
Crystal grain is an ingredient in my standard Pale Ale- about 120 batches to date!
John F on Jan 25, 2022
Light base
Kenny W on Sep 9, 2021
brew a black IPA
William M on Sep 3, 2021
Making IPA
Will H on Aug 18, 2021
recipe
Tim S on Jul 28, 2021
Price + reputation
william c on Jul 10, 2021
For a little color and character, but not much.
Matthew C on Jun 30, 2021
Necessary ingredient.
Kirk M on Jun 22, 2021
Good Price and made in the US
Joshua H on Jun 9, 2021
like the color
Jurgen M K on Jun 1, 2021
Pale Ale!
Ward K Toby on May 26, 2021
Above
Paul on May 10, 2021
Added sweetness
Bill Aurand on Apr 30, 2021
Blonde Ale
Michael G on Apr 28, 2021
Making a Kona Clone
James B E on Apr 13, 2021
for a recipe
Derek E on Apr 9, 2021
add a bit of color
David Hanson on Apr 1, 2021
brewing a blonde
Nicholas M on Mar 4, 2021
For a brown ale
Valued C on Feb 23, 2021
For use in my Verdant IPA Recipe
KERRY W S on Feb 16, 2021
only option
Mitch A on Feb 13, 2021
pilsner
wayne mcgowan on Feb 13, 2021
Make beer
chris Phillips on Feb 5, 2021
Moving on up to my own recipes!
Dean H on Jan 23, 2021
Using for a Dark German Lager - head retention
Steve Z on Jan 16, 2021
For recipes I like
William E. C on Jan 15, 2021
pale ales
wayne mcgowan on Dec 17, 2020
need
Valued C on Dec 8, 2020
stout
chris s on Dec 3, 2020
beer
Bryan L on Nov 10, 2020
Best price available.
Matthew P on Oct 31, 2020
Prior use
Steven H on Sep 24, 2022
Recipe...
Barbara G on Aug 18, 2022
...Any idea about the diastatic power of this malt? It would be great if every maltster on earth could just Please list that info. After all, information is power, & we are (only customers) home brewers in need of good grain & information on the product.
fletcher little on Jan 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: diastatic power of this type of malted barley is = to 0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Works as expected!
This worked well and will be using again. Everything expected and as described.
August 11, 2022
Purchased
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great malt
I used 0.5 pounds of this in a Blonde Ale. It made it the perfect color and gave a great flavor addition without getting in the way.
May 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
main addition malt
i use this in conjuction with 2 or 6 row as a color additive and for a slight sweetness
May 2, 2014