Torrified Wheat

Torrified Wheat

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Torrified wheat is a pre-gelatinized unmalted brewers wheat that can be used as a cereal grain/adjunct in the mash, and can replace malted wheat if you desire. Increases body and head retention, as well as adding a very slight toasted flavor. We recommend using Rice Hulls with this grain to avoid a stuck mash.

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Shuyler E on Aug 24, 2022
Kenneth V on Mar 30, 2022
Shuyler E on Aug 24, 2022
Head retention
John L on Aug 1, 2022
Kenneth V on Mar 30, 2022
Use in English ales
William Carter on Jan 31, 2022
Price + reputation
william c on Jul 10, 2021
Eric T on May 6, 2021
Perfect for a classic Witbier which I brew every summer.
Bob on Apr 16, 2021
John K. on Feb 24, 2021
Trying it out
Matthew S on Feb 9, 2021
Improves head and lace
Mark Van D on Jan 6, 2021
Indgredient for a stout that I found on BeerCraftr
robert n on Dec 18, 2020
love this stuff!
maxwell blakely on Dec 9, 2020
Wheat beer recipe
Todd D on Nov 19, 2020
Hazy IPA
William Bickerton on Sep 14, 2020
Julio G on Aug 11, 2020
Lagunitas recipe
Peter M on Jul 22, 2020
Numerous Belgian recipes.
Frank Crow on Jul 9, 2020
Roberto Reyes G on Jun 30, 2020
For Cicerone Study
Bradley N on Jun 30, 2020
For belgian white
Adam S on Jun 18, 2020
Good for head retention
Daniel C on Jun 4, 2020
Gotta have it
Matthew F on Jun 1, 2020
Specific recipe
Eric T on May 30, 2020
For good beer head
Daniel M on May 26, 2020
Great product
arthur m on May 4, 2020
Looking for mouth feels
Geoffrey N on Apr 29, 2020
Hazy IPA
William C on Apr 17, 2020
works well at standard mash temps
Valued C on Apr 13, 2020
My special brew
Marge on Apr 1, 2020
making a a sour
Scott Fruhwirth on Mar 24, 2020
making river tables for distillery- pouring into epoxy
Jay L on Feb 29, 2020
Great price!
Russell J. C on Feb 1, 2020
making beer
David B on Nov 28, 2019
secret sauce
Andrew A on Oct 31, 2019
John K. on Oct 30, 2019
Darrell D on Aug 28, 2019
Pale ale
Paul S on Jun 27, 2019
Unmarked wheat rules
Jonathan Roode on May 3, 2019
Aaron G on May 1, 2019
New recipe
Marvin O on Mar 2, 2019
Following a recipe
Lucas H on Sep 18, 2018
I want it in my mash to make beer
David M on Aug 14, 2018
body and head retention
Randy S Akam on Jul 30, 2018
Miguel Ugarte on Jul 3, 2018
brewing a blonde ale
Shaun D on Jul 2, 2018
I use it in every beer I brew, for better head retention
Bill Emerson on May 30, 2018
a Little toasty.. A little wheat with carapils almost
Joshua V on May 24, 2018
Good for head retention in hand pulled beers
TOMMY R on May 22, 2018
Head retention
John L on Aug 1, 2022
Use in English ales
William Carter on Jan 31, 2022
Does torrified wheat need to be milled before mashing? Various online forums say no, yet the Breiss spec sheet recommends a medium-coarse crush.
David Shields on Feb 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It comes in two forms - whole kernel and flaked. If whole, then I mill along with my other grains, if flaked I mash as is. I find that milling flaked wheat, corn, oats increase the risk of a stuck sparge. In both cases add some rice hulls if it is over 15% fo your grain bill.
Why isn't there a mill option?
Andy Grayson on Aug 17, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Torrified wheat is pre-gelatinized and this doesn't require milling in order to release the full sugar content of the product.

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TW Flava Grain
Just brewed an English IPA with it and excited to taste the end result. The product was fresh and delivered fast.
September 12, 2022
3 weeks ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Added this as part of a clone Thames Welsh ESB. Great flavor.
May 9, 2020
over 2 years ago