Caramel Munich 60L Malt - Briess Malting

Caramel Munich 60L Malt - Briess Malting

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60 °L - Briess Malting - A darker and more robust version of Caravienne. Amber to redish hues in color. The malt lends wonderful caramel, roasted, malty flavors to any beer.   Excellent in IPA’s, Pale Ales, Oktoberfests and Porters. Also known as Caramunich.


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Recipe called for it.
KD on Dec 20, 2022
Linden E C on Oct 10, 2022
Recipe called for it.
KD on Dec 20, 2022
Because you didn't have Weyermann Caramunich III
Michael Earle on Oct 21, 2022
Linden E C on Oct 10, 2022
My recipe uses this grain
James P on Sep 21, 2022
for IPAs and pale ales
Jeff Leepard on Jul 19, 2022
personal recipe
Murf on Jun 3, 2022
Want flavorful beer
Linda G on May 24, 2022
recipe calls for it
William C M on May 14, 2022
To make beer
Joel R on May 3, 2022
Need more
David R on Apr 7, 2022
Adds good caramel and malty flavors
Chris P on Mar 25, 2022
Making an English porter
Lloyd M on Feb 28, 2022
for my beer
William K F on Feb 12, 2022
Hoping this could be a good substitute for Caramel 60
Joseph on Feb 9, 2022
Because you don't carry caramunich 3
Chris N on Jan 22, 2022
like it
Martin C on Oct 19, 2021
kevin m on Aug 23, 2021
Great specialty malt to have on hand
Peter Place on Aug 20, 2021
Need caramel munich malt, only one that I believe you carry.
Dan on Aug 11, 2021
Recipe recommendation
Daniel Tate on Aug 3, 2021
Building a German Rye
William H on Feb 9, 2021
price, rating
Steven E H on Jan 8, 2021
stouts and dark ales
wayne mcgowan on Dec 17, 2020
Louis on Oct 6, 2020
good value
Alex S on Sep 2, 2020
Making a stout
Jaykob S on Aug 10, 2020
Ethan M on Jul 27, 2020
sounded interesting
Dave on Jun 25, 2020
mmmm caramel.
Richard K B on Jun 20, 2020
Caramune adds a little sweetnes that I like
Kevin Dyson on Jun 16, 2020
For Scottish Ale
Lloyd Martin on May 31, 2020
For coloring up an IPA
A.J. J on May 19, 2020
Adds great color and mouth feel and some sweetness
Bill Aurand on May 12, 2020
Just what I need
Rory O on May 1, 2020
Sweetness balance for an AIPA
Robert F G on Apr 17, 2020
Following a recipe
John H on Apr 3, 2020
dark ale and stout
wayne mcgowan on Mar 26, 2020
Enjoy using it
Louis on Mar 23, 2020
because they dont have weyermann
John K on Jan 20, 2020
Need more malt
Daniel G on Nov 7, 2019
KEVIN K on Sep 18, 2019
brown ale
wayne mcgowan on Sep 17, 2019
Local shop is completely out
Ethan C on Aug 28, 2019
Recommended for the online recipe I have
Curtis B on Aug 28, 2019
tastes better than crystal
wayne mcgowan on Aug 28, 2019
Required in recipe
Kevin D. R on Jul 18, 2019
steve m on May 4, 2019
Taylor S on Mar 27, 2019
Keep on hand grains.
Joel M on Mar 16, 2019
for dark lagers
Bryant B on Mar 14, 2019
Because you didn't have Weyermann Caramunich III
Michael Earle on Oct 21, 2022
My recipe uses this grain
James P on Sep 21, 2022

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Rated 5 out of 5
Tastes great and less filling. No that makes no sense! It’s a delicious crystal malt. Yummy sugary goodness!
October 22, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
add excellent color to the beer, will be using this again.
May 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Very good specialty malt!
Have only used one time but will be using it in the future. Retains the head nicely and contributes a subtle flavor.
May 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Great adding color in German style
Works great to add color and flavor to german ale
May 7, 2013