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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I use this for Wit beer
Joan S on Feb 23, 2023
Making a Blonde Ale
Shaun D on Jan 22, 2023
I use this for Wit beer
Joan S on Feb 23, 2023
Making a Lil Sumpin clone.
Samuel Jason N on Jan 24, 2023
Making a Blonde Ale
Shaun D on Jan 22, 2023
Porter Recipe
Scott Patrick J on Oct 25, 2022
For a White IPA
Eesan S on Oct 19, 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 F 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
Making a Lil Sumpin clone.
Samuel Jason N on Jan 24, 2023
Porter Recipe
Scott Patrick J on Oct 25, 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
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Added this as part of a clone Thames Welsh ESB. Great flavor.
May 9, 2020
over 4 years ago