Weyermann Acidulated Malt

Weyermann Acidulated Malt

Please select from the following option(s) to see pricing and availability.

1.7-3.2L Weyermann® - This malt helps keep the mash in the correct pH range. It also adds a mild sour flavor. Must be mashed; use up to 10% in your mash.

Community Q&A

Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
No questions have been asked about this item. Be the first!
Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
Adjusts the mash PH well.
Kevin Dyson on Oct 28, 2019
Mike B on Oct 10, 2019
Adjusts the mash PH well.
Kevin Dyson on Oct 28, 2019
standard in all my light colored lagers and German Ales ( viking acidulated malt not yet available)
Ilza K on Oct 24, 2019
Mike B on Oct 10, 2019
experimenting with new grains
Ben M on Sep 23, 2019
To increase mash efficiency
Thomas Stevenson on Sep 19, 2019
Works great to lower mash pH
Matt N on Sep 11, 2019
To lower mash ph.
Mic B on Aug 28, 2019
To make beer
Jeremy N on Aug 28, 2019
Nick T on Aug 28, 2019
Helps lower my PH
Mark T on Jul 8, 2019
pH adjustment
Travis M on Jul 8, 2019
adjust mash ph
Anthony W. G on Jun 27, 2019
pH management
Scott J on May 27, 2019
Brewing a Pale Ale
Brian W on May 2, 2019
to have on hand
Mark A on Apr 23, 2019
lower pH to accentuate hop
Jonathan W on Apr 23, 2019
help regulate mash ph
Anthony W. G on Apr 13, 2019
Belgian Farmhouse Ale
Brian W on Apr 9, 2019
Daniel M on Apr 1, 2019
Used to control mash pH.
Tyler H on Mar 19, 2019
For pH modification of light beers (pilsner and kolsch)
Jeremy Praetorius on Mar 5, 2019
it's what I normally use for my recipes
Thomas L on Feb 6, 2019
Mash PH
Steve F on Feb 1, 2019
German helles
Zachary D on Jan 30, 2019
Making an American Wheat Beer.
Kyle S W on Jan 19, 2019
Various recipes
Ralph W on Jan 11, 2019
Mash PH
Bryant A on Jan 4, 2019
Works well for lagers
steve m on Dec 17, 2018
It was called for in a recipe
Thomas Houck on Nov 17, 2018
To help with my brew in a bag sessions to adjust PH
Christopher D. B on Nov 17, 2018
Partial mash with kettle souring
Valued C on Nov 17, 2018
Kurt H on Oct 31, 2018
ensure I get to proper pH
Greg S on Oct 9, 2018
Mash pH adjustment
James P on Sep 1, 2018
Wesley Davis M on Aug 23, 2018
Great Malt
Mike H on Aug 13, 2018
For the sour farmhouse funk without using direct lactic acid or LB
Tyler H on Aug 10, 2018
Use to help lower mash pH for about 80% of my brewing
Phillip A on Aug 9, 2018
Lower PH
Todd Z on Aug 8, 2018
I use this in the mash for pH adjustment.
John A on Jul 24, 2018
to lower mash pH
frank b on Jun 26, 2018
replenish supplies
christopher c on May 30, 2018
to add to my Kolsch
J I on May 24, 2018
Easy way to make a sour.
John Paye on May 16, 2018
smooth taste even with hard water
Kay B on May 8, 2018
only option for acid malt
Chuck W on Apr 30, 2018
Making a sour
Michael N on Apr 17, 2018
for correcting mash ph
chris k on Apr 16, 2018
manage pH in pale beers
Luke Mondshine on Apr 12, 2018
Adjust pH in a pale beer
Mr. S on Mar 27, 2018
standard in all my light colored lagers and German Ales ( viking acidulated malt not yet available)
Ilza K on Oct 24, 2019
experimenting with new grains
Ben M on Sep 23, 2019

4.7 / 5.0
7 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
PH reducer
Acidulated malt is great for reducing your malt PH when you like to stick to German purity laws.
March 25, 2018
1 year ago
Used for ph adjustment
Use it to adjust the ph of my mash. Does the job. Easy to use.
February 17, 2018
1 year ago
We use this to add to the grain bill to get proper ph levels. It's based on the particular recipe we are brewing.
February 5, 2018
1 year ago
Must Have
This goes in all my light colored brews. I use spring water (may as well be RO or distilled - it has almost nothing in it). In those conditions 2% of this malt has hit my mash pH range every time for IPAs and blondes. I have lactic and phosphoric acid on hand for emergencies, but have never needed to adjust the mash pH with those. TIP 1: Buy a few pounds and reseal with a vacuum resealer (you only need 3-5oz per 5gal batch typ). TIP 2: crack the grains or don't crack the grains - it doesn't matter. Just get 'em in the mash tun. The lactic acid is on the outside.
February 1, 2018
1 year ago
Good for pH adjustments
Good for when brewing a light colored beer and you want to lower the pH a few tenths.
May 6, 2015
Great for balancing pH
Great to balancing out the correct pH and for using as a grain bill in any sour recipes. No more than 5%-7% of grain bill should be used.
May 28, 2013
Nail that mash pH
Great addition to a grain bill where you could come in too high on pH. I used this in a heavy wheat focused Saison and right on for 5.2
May 6, 2013