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Flaked Corn (Maize) - Briess Malting

Flaked Corn (Maize) - Briess Malting

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Brewers flaked corn. For light style American Pilsners. Lightens color and body.

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cream ale, American Lager, and Kentucky common
Anthony W. G on Mar 7, 2023
This size is more conducive to my needs.
Kevin B on Mar 2, 2023
cream ale, American Lager, and Kentucky common
Anthony W. G on Mar 7, 2023
Cream ale!
Alexander G on Mar 3, 2023
This size is more conducive to my needs.
Kevin B on Mar 2, 2023
Making a cream ale
Victor B on Mar 2, 2023
Czech pilsner next up
Terry Murphree on Mar 1, 2023
used in next cold IPA
Brian A on Feb 25, 2023
part of my recipe
Rachael R on Feb 24, 2023
It was easy to find the COA information
Adam Semitekol on Feb 23, 2023
To see if it will make some good beer.
LaVorn Duane B on Feb 23, 2023
I always make American adjunct lagers, so I added this to a hops order.
Will S on Feb 21, 2023
Moonshine
John H on Feb 20, 2023
Excellent product - good sugar yoeld
Robert S on Feb 16, 2023
wanna make corn bread
CECIL R VENTURELLA I on Feb 13, 2023
Cream Ale
Christopher D on Feb 8, 2023
Price
jeffrey s on Jan 20, 2023
Need for pilsner
Mike Doyle on Jan 19, 2023
Kentucky common
eric h on Jan 13, 2023
Corn
Edwin W on Jan 13, 2023
Use in cream ale recipe
`Ed W on Jan 11, 2023
for my cornbread
Jonathan S on Jan 6, 2023
Pre-gelatinized, easier to work with than grits.
Mark K on Dec 29, 2022
For brewing
Alvin H on Dec 23, 2022
Beer
Sean M on Dec 20, 2022
Less cooking
Michael D on Nov 30, 2022
Grain re up
Chris C on Nov 21, 2022
beer
Yamil R on Nov 4, 2022
Price
jeffrey s on Oct 18, 2022
What I was looking for
John R on Oct 14, 2022
I use this for recurrent Pilsner in my double tap, its a fan favorite
Justin R on Oct 4, 2022
making a cream ale
James M N on Sep 22, 2022
heard it was good
warren b on Sep 22, 2022
i need it for a cold ipa
Scott Rucker on Sep 11, 2022
Making a Flanders Red
David R on Aug 23, 2022
Helps speed starch conversion
John K. on Aug 11, 2022
mouth feel
Michael A S on Jul 30, 2022
taste great less filling
Craig Chaisson on Jul 28, 2022
for cream ales
Jeff L on Jul 19, 2022
British ale, Australian styles, USA traditional lager
William E on Jul 12, 2022
Lager
Mark A on Jul 11, 2022
for my cream ales and Mexican lagers
Dan C on Jul 10, 2022
Flaked grains stack easier for more efficient organization.
Richard Z on Jul 8, 2022
Always good to have a little maize on hand to lighten up a summer ale.
Michael K on Jul 6, 2022
Mexican Lager.
William C on Jun 30, 2022
Easy to use
James M on Jun 28, 2022
Nice to add a bit of mouthfeel/body to American Light Ales.
Mark D G on Jun 27, 2022
to make my beer more dry
Jack S on Jun 14, 2022
I need to brew
Jacob C K on Jun 13, 2022
Use in my Mexican Lager
Kevin Brazell on Jun 10, 2022
Mexican lager
Yamil R on Jun 7, 2022
Ingredient to brew KY Common
Dwain Pannell on Jun 1, 2022
Cream ale!
Alexander G on Mar 3, 2023
Making a cream ale
Victor B on Mar 2, 2023
Who is the Mfg of this Flaked Corn Product?
William D. Bell on Jan 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: To clarify, the flaked corn is manufactured by Briess but packaged by Brewmaster.
How do I covert the starches in this product without using something like 2 row barley?
Gary Mckinnon on Oct 16, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Exogenous enzymes can be used to convert starches if insufficient Diastatic Power/Potential exists in the grist. The question is what percentage of the grain bill does the maize constitute, and what other grains are in the bill at what percentages. I can't remember exactly what DP number is required from a diastatic grain to convert an equal amount of adjunct grain, off the top of my head I'd guess around 50 or so, but most base malts under 10* L have sufficient DP to do the job. Interestingly some wheat malts have a higher DP than 2 row barley, Briess 2 row Brewers malt is 140* while their White wheat is 160* and Red wheat malt is 180*.
Is this pre-gelatinized?
Ralph Sprandel on Apr 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ralph - Flaked maize is pre-gelatinized, cracked corn is not.
How do I will call at a store?
Marc Trincale on Dec 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: On any of our websites, scroll to the bottom and click the link for "Retail Stores". From here you select the store from which you want to order and click the link on the right side "Full Details". This is the last page and here you will find all of the store's specific info and the final link to a "Will Call Form". You will receive a confirmation email from there.
does this need to be milled?
Scott Rogerson on Sep 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Flaked grains do NOT need to be milled.

Flaked/Rolled = Never Run Thru Your Mill.

They will no go thru the mill.

Crush your other grains and then weigh out any flaked grains, Do Not Mill.
It says “Malt Corn,” is it malted?
Steve Sanve on Nov 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Flaked corn is not malted. It has been gelatinized and rolled so that it is ready for starch extraction. Flaked corn does not have the enzymes need to breakdown the starches so, you need malted grains with it in the mash.
Would you use the same weight of flaked as you would use cracked corn?
Dan White,jr on Aug 24, 2022
BEST ANSWER: weight is weight, although the cracked corn needs to be cooked to gelatinize the starch. The flake doesn't require cooking as it is pre-gelatinized
Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
Great product at a great price.
Good service, fast delivery and great products at a great price. What more can you ask for !
March 24, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great packaging
Awsome packaging. I can order ahead of time and not worry about freshness. It would be nice if the COA could be attached to the bag.
March 9, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
This malted corn is full of flavor very sweet and mashed well . More beer has good prices.
February 11, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Nice Surprise
Been awhile since needing brewing ingredients. Placed an order with MoreBeer. (Spent WAY TOO MUCH money at MB over the years as MB is one of my top “go to” places for all things brewing ;-)) Nice surprise, and a, why didn’t this happen before moment, when seeing the 5-pound bags of ingredients as every bag has a zip lock. Small bag change for a HUGE improvement. Way to go MoreBeer!

One thing that hasn’t changed since my last ingredient purchase from MB: Fresh quality ingredients delivered in a timely manner.
October 26, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Flaked Corn is just what the doctor ordered
works exactly as expected, make sure to sparge it well
October 21, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Ideal for a Premium American Lager
I'm still experimenting, but most Premium American Lager recipes call for corn or maize in some form. This pre-gelatinized form mashes easily, and should fill out the flavor profile nicely. It's too early to report on the final result, but I'll check back in in a few months with that information. What goes best with beer, you may ask - More Beer, of course.
September 27, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Good product and delivered on time.
Good product and delivered on time.
August 31, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very easy to work with
July 26, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great price and fast delivery
March 7, 2022
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Corn
It was corn. It was flaked. It tasted like corn.
June 11, 2021
Purchased
over 3 years ago