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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Hey why not it’s delicious
Russ P on Oct 14, 2020
First purchase. Seems Promising ;-)
Eric Hook on Oct 1, 2020
Hey why not it’s delicious
Russ P on Oct 14, 2020
makes excellent scottish ale
Stuart M on Oct 14, 2020
First purchase. Seems Promising ;-)
Eric Hook on Oct 1, 2020
Love the golden-y taste!
Fred M on Oct 1, 2020
Recipe called for it
Michael B on Sep 29, 2020
in the recipe
Michael E on Sep 26, 2020
Specialty grain for IPA
Joseph E on Sep 25, 2020
Doing a themed beer
Paul B on Sep 15, 2020
Need authenticity for a Wee Heavy
Jon A on Sep 11, 2020
Make beer
Steven G on Aug 28, 2020
This stuff makes a great IPA
Jeff L on Aug 19, 2020
used before
jeff j on Aug 13, 2020
Malty malty malty
Vinayak K on Aug 6, 2020
One of my favorites, but pricy, base malts.
Jonathan Gulliver on Jul 31, 2020
British ESB competition
Jason P on Jul 14, 2020
to try a single grain brew
Jamie Moore on Jun 24, 2020
needed for recipe Julius treehouse clone
Sea Rogers W on Jun 13, 2020
Combine with Maris Otter for Scottish Ale
Lloyd M on May 31, 2020
Sounded good
Bryan K on May 28, 2020
Making a Wee Heavy
Benjamin S on May 22, 2020
Golden promise is a great base malt for NEIPA and works with most American or English ales I brew
Greg R on May 13, 2020
english ale base malt
Dustin C on May 12, 2020
base malt #2
Bezdek, D on May 4, 2020
To make a beer.
Pierce R on Apr 30, 2020
Scottish Ale
Emily H on Apr 30, 2020
I’ve produced great beers with it
John W on Apr 29, 2020
New england Ipa style
John K. on Apr 29, 2020
Classic favourite
Collin S on Apr 22, 2020
base malt with more flavor
Ryan P on Apr 21, 2020
Only one available
Anita R on Apr 16, 2020
good recipe
Rusty M on Apr 14, 2020
good recipe
Rusty M on Apr 14, 2020
Valued C on Mar 25, 2020
for a recipe
PAUL C on Mar 25, 2020
Great taste
Phillip P on Mar 21, 2020
Great base malt
Leif E H on Mar 18, 2020
Daniel D on Mar 16, 2020
Scottish Ale
John S on Feb 24, 2020
Trying something new
jeff soldridge on Feb 22, 2020
Heard it was good
bradley s on Feb 15, 2020
Upcoming Irish Red Ale brew day.
Mainefolks on Feb 3, 2020
Love this malt
Jeff C on Jan 24, 2020
to brew beer
Sean K on Jan 13, 2020
to brew beer
Anthony K on Dec 31, 2019
Nice sweet malt profile without being cloying. Sort of in between American and traditional British
David H on Dec 11, 2019
DANIEL M on Dec 7, 2019
For my Pale Ale Recipe
Stephen C on Nov 11, 2019
My house malt.
Mary McCloud on Oct 16, 2019
Russ Brodeur on Sep 14, 2019
makes a nice british ale
Richard Schmittdiel on Sep 6, 2019
makes excellent scottish ale
Stuart M on Oct 14, 2020
Love the golden-y taste!
Fred M on Oct 1, 2020

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Perfect for a Yorkshire ale
Works great with West Yorkshire Ale yeast.
October 5, 2020
over 2 years ago
Keeps its Promise
I use this for my clone of Timothy Taylor's Landlord and other North of England ales. Delicious.
July 22, 2020
3 months ago
Good quality!
Thank you for good shipment!
June 9, 2020
4 months ago
My favorite
Probably my favorite base malt. A touch of sweetness and beautiful color
April 1, 2020
1 year ago
Worth it.
Golden Promise delivers on the promise.
February 5, 2019
1 year ago
A little sweeter than 2 Row. Great to mix or use as a base.
July 2, 2018
over 2 years 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