Simpsons Golden Promise Malt

Simpsons Golden Promise Malt

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1.1 L Simpsons - Golden Promise Malt grown in Scotland produces a clear, sweet wort that is the go to choice for Scotch Ales. Tasted raw it has a bit more sweetness than Maris Otter which has more a bready richness. Can be amazing in Pale Ales or IPA's where you want a malty base to fuse with the hops (Yum!).  Also try it as a smaller percentage in any recipe to add complexity.   

Example Malt Analysis!
Moisture, % 3.4
Extract %, finely ground malt, as is 77.80
Extract %, finely ground malt, dry basis 80.50
Viscosity 1.58
Diastatic Power 71
Total Soluble Protein %, dry basis 4.30
Total Protein %, dry basis 9.64

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Great base malt for nearly any ale
Matthew A K on May 18, 2019
My favorite base malt
Mary M on Apr 29, 2019
Great base malt for nearly any ale
Matthew A K on May 18, 2019
Recipe specified
John J on May 10, 2019
My favorite base malt
Mary M on Apr 29, 2019
to make delicious beer
Day I on Apr 9, 2019
to make delicious beer
Day I on Apr 9, 2019
Need it
Geoffrey S on Apr 9, 2019
Great malt
jason j on Apr 6, 2019
Kim O on Apr 2, 2019
TT Landlord clone.
Shawn B H on Mar 22, 2019
I like this malt as the base malt in IPAs and stouts.
Mason W on Mar 21, 2019
like a rock
Brennan R on Mar 11, 2019
ease of a first batch
William R on Mar 1, 2019
Called for by recipe.
Chris H on Feb 21, 2019
Best stuff
Austin J Weser on Feb 14, 2019
Steve F on Feb 1, 2019
specific for a recipe
Tim M on Jan 11, 2019
NE style IPA recipe
Craig O on Nov 19, 2018
After 15 years as a home brewer, having trialed many malts, Golden Promise has become my go to for all ales. Consistent quality, very clean (never any tannic astringency) , and high yield,
Dan Kuczmarski on Oct 20, 2018
patrick m l on Oct 11, 2018
used it before like it in my recipe
Don W on Oct 4, 2018
to add more alcohal to the blonde
Wesley H on Sep 18, 2018
For a recipe
Daniel S on Sep 13, 2018
Hazy complexion
Jon F on Sep 13, 2018
new brew
Dale K on Sep 3, 2018
Amazing base malt that is worth the cost
gavin g on Aug 28, 2018
love the sweet goden color of beer made with this
D E on Aug 27, 2018
Jonathan G on Aug 17, 2018
pedro c f on Jul 30, 2018
for making a scottish ale, of course
byron m on Jul 24, 2018
I'm out
Jim Riffe on Jul 6, 2018
Used before
Luis I on Jun 12, 2018
It is 1 ingredient in a beer that I get requested to make.
Mitchell D on Jun 5, 2018
favorite base malt
mike q on Jun 2, 2018
brewing a wee heavy
Joseph Liston on May 26, 2018
Lends sweetness
Michael L on May 25, 2018
Good UK base malt
TOMMY R on May 22, 2018
Quality sweet malt
John K. on May 18, 2018
For a Specialty Beer
Barry M on May 14, 2018
For a Specialty Beer
Barry M on May 14, 2018
Want to give it a try in place or IPA.
Daniel T on May 8, 2018
love it
Derik G on May 7, 2018
Great base malt for pale ales and IPAs.
Mike T on Apr 3, 2018
For home brewing some extremely hop forward ipa's...hopefully anyways.
Nick P on Mar 27, 2018
I'm going to make beer with it
David H on Feb 14, 2018
Excellent quality malt
jeremiah t on Feb 14, 2018
making a british bitter
Sean B on Feb 13, 2018
One of my standard house brewing grains
Mary M on Feb 10, 2018
Heard good things about this malt. Wanted to try something new.
Adam B on Feb 10, 2018
try this in mash at 25% with 25% Otter Malt or what see above and hop it with 16 oz and you got a beeer
Marc B on Feb 6, 2018
a red ale and a scotch ale will come out of this
James P on Feb 2, 2018
Recipe specified
John J on May 10, 2019
to make delicious beer
Day I on Apr 9, 2019

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I thought I chose milled grain
The grain is great I've used it before and have been very pleased with the results. It'll create delicious full bodied single malt, particularly in a strong ale.

I'm not happy with how it was milled. I found completely uncracked kernals in my spent grain and fell 15 points shy of my target gravity. This has been happening frequently with malt I've purchased through morebeer recently. The cheaper cost compared to my local shop is not worth awful efficiency.
February 21, 2019
5 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Hello Ricky - Efficiency is the name of the game, this is unfortunate to hear. Please give us a call at 1-800-600-0033 or email us at info@moreflavor.com so that we can assist you. We are here to help. Cheers!
February 22, 2019
Zach R Staff
Worth it.
Golden Promise delivers on the promise.
February 5, 2019
4 months ago
A little sweeter than 2 Row. Great to mix or use as a base.
July 2, 2018
11 months ago
I use this to add a little sweetness to my IPAs - even used it as 100% of my base malt in one that turned out great!
May 13, 2014
low color base grain
used this in a apple brew to keep color very light, worked well and malt flavor did not take over the apple
May 2, 2014