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Gambrinus Honey Malt

Gambrinus Honey Malt

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Honey Malt from Gambrinus. Add for a sweet, nutty and slightly toasted flavor. Good choice in Brown and Special Ales. Aroma is reminiscent of honey, hence the name. Effective flavor contribution from steeping.

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Supplies to brew in Africa
Nathan C on Dec 3, 2018
Recipe needs
Gus F on Nov 17, 2018
Supplies to brew in Africa
Nathan C on Dec 3, 2018
Irreplaceable for honey-like sweetness. Accept no substitutes. Use judiciously.
David M. T on Nov 29, 2018
Recipe needs
Gus F on Nov 17, 2018
recipe
Jesse P on Sep 13, 2018
need for some new recipes im trying
Scott O on Sep 5, 2018
a go to specialty malt in my brewhouse
Jonathan B on Sep 5, 2018
Used in a lemon wheat recipe
David C on Jul 31, 2018
to add sweet smoothness
Randy S Akam on Jul 30, 2018
Same
Lawrence H on Jul 25, 2018
Raspberry Rye Ale
Gregory G on Jul 16, 2018
Only honey malt i could find
Philip s on Jul 10, 2018
Use in wheat beers 1/2 pound or less for 5 gallons.
Kent Pelletier on Jul 6, 2018
brewing a blonde ale
shaun d on Jul 2, 2018
dad recommended honey malt
Daniel D on Jun 28, 2018
It is 1 ingredient in a beer that I get requested to make.
Mitchell D on Jun 5, 2018
Wonderful flavor addition
Michael G. G on May 30, 2018
Same as above.
James F on May 30, 2018
Personal Recipe
VINCENZO D on May 16, 2018
belgian wit
Vyacheslav K on May 15, 2018
a one of a kind malt with deep and unique flavors
daniel k on Apr 13, 2018
Trying a honey Ale
Gustavo R on Mar 24, 2018
I love honey malt!
Steve R on Feb 28, 2018
I add a single digit percentage to a lot of my beers to sweeten the nose.
Alexander B on Feb 27, 2018
Great Product
jeremiah t on Feb 14, 2018
I LOVE honey malt in my IPAs and Pale Ales
Mr. S on Feb 6, 2018
adds a lil sweetness, if you like that thing
Charles C on Jan 24, 2018
Use as 1-2% of grist in IPA recipes
Dennis Ellis on Jan 22, 2018
Nice toucho sweet to an oatmeal milk stout
Steve D on Jan 18, 2018
Irreplaceable for honey-like sweetness. Accept no substitutes. Use judiciously.
David M. T on Nov 29, 2018
recipe
Jesse P on Sep 13, 2018
What is the diastatic power & lovibond of this malt?
fletcher little on Nov 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I cannot attest to the diastatic power but I only use this at 1-5% of the grain bill so it's not an issue. Even at 1% it has a lovely and notable flavor contribution that might be easy to overdo. Lovibond is 15-25˚L I would guess.
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This didn't add the level of sweetness
that I was told it would but the change in mouth feel was wonderful
July 25, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Great
It's going to be great in my hazelnut brown nectar.
July 1, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Great Product
Excellent product great results for the price
May 1, 2014
Why Not?
I don't have a recipe for this but with homebrewing you can't go wrong. What is the worst thing that is going to happen? Slightly different beer? I love to try new stuff and that is what this is for me. Next!!
May 1, 2014
nice steeping grain
but not so sure how well they milled it for me... saw a lot of whole grains in my bag. imparted a faint honey aroma, which is what i wanted.
May 30, 2013
good malt
If you do mostly malt extract brewing then you can't go wrong in using this malt, it smells like honey and it has a nice but not over powering flavor like the heavier colored malts. I also noticed that it gave my beer a sweeter smell but not much on the taste. Definitely one of my top favorites its a must try!
May 12, 2013
Honey Malt
I use this in my IPA to get an additional nutty flavor along with the hoppiness of an IPA. It is a great addition in a partial mash.
May 4, 2013