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Vienna Dry Malt Extract (DME)

Vienna Dry Malt Extract (DME)

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Dried Malt Extract (DME) is the primary sugar source in extract brewing and can be used in partial-mash or all grain brewing to adjust flavor, color and gravity of brews.  DME can also be used to increase head retention and body. Many brewers choose nutrient rich DME as the sugar source for making yeast starters as well. Briess dried malt extracts are made from 100% malt and water.

GoldPils Vienna DME: 100% GoldPils Vienna Malt; Water

GoldPils Vienna is an excellent light malt extract . With a rich malty flavor and biscuits notes, it can be used in the production of any beer style, either as a base or to boost gravity.  Not as sweet as Pale Ale, this rich base malt is a premier example of the classic Vienna malt. Ideal for the production of Vienna, Oktoberfest and Marzen beers.  Offers more malt flavor with less sweetness than Pale Ale and less color than Munich.

Typical Analysis:

  • Color: 6.0º Lovibond
  • Fermentability: 75%
  • Solids: 97%
  • 1.043 PPG

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Jon D on Jan 29, 2019
BYO recipe
John C Ryan J on Jan 10, 2019
Jon D on Jan 29, 2019
trying it
Robert Shanks on Jan 15, 2019
BYO recipe
John C Ryan J on Jan 10, 2019
part of beer recipe
Russell on Jan 10, 2019
Supplies to brew in Africa
Nathan C on Dec 3, 2018
Valued C on Sep 25, 2018
Making an Oktoberfest
Bill Emerson on Sep 3, 2018
want to work with more extracts
Jody F on Aug 18, 2018
Choice of DME and LME for good beers
Cristian Torres S on Jul 20, 2018
like the taste
RONALD Y on Jul 4, 2018
Using extract to save time.
Michael G on Jun 12, 2018
Need this for a festbier and too lazy to do a partial mash
Terry M on May 10, 2018
I like the flaver it gives to my beer
Bruce M on Apr 17, 2018
to make better bread
James P on Feb 2, 2018
trying it
Robert Shanks on Jan 15, 2019
part of beer recipe
Russell on Jan 10, 2019

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