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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.

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christopher c on May 30, 2018
Easy way to make a sour.
John Paye on May 16, 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
Needed to lower mash pH
Michael F on Mar 9, 2018
Adjusted Mash ph
Robert P on Mar 6, 2018
Managing mash pH
Patrick D S on Mar 1, 2018
Lower my mash pH
Alex M. on Feb 13, 2018
Right price
Brandon L on Feb 6, 2018
adjusting pH of beer down makes the beer better in most cases
Michael S on Feb 6, 2018
I use it in my pale beers for pH adjustment
Mr. S on Feb 6, 2018
To adjust mash pH
Kevin K on Feb 5, 2018
We use this to help our ph as we use RO water, we also add salts according to the recipe.
Michael S on Jan 12, 2018
to add to my Kolsch
J I on May 24, 2018
smooth taste even with hard water
Kay B on May 8, 2018

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PH reducer
Acidulated malt is great for reducing your malt PH when you like to stick to German purity laws.
March 25, 2018
4 months ago
Used for ph adjustment
Use it to adjust the ph of my mash. Does the job. Easy to use.
February 17, 2018
6 months 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
5 months 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
6 months 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