Dark Munich Malt - Weyermann® Specialty Malts

Dark Munich Malt - Weyermann® Specialty Malts

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9 °L - Weyermann® - Although similar to standard Munich malt, dark Munich will add quite a bit of color and a very strong malt flavor to your beer. A great malt to be incorporated into your darker lager recipes. Approximately 8-10° L in color.

Also known as Munich Type 2.


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Specific brew
Robert T on Sep 10, 2022
Beer recipe
John I on Sep 2, 2022
Specific brew
Robert T on Sep 10, 2022
recipe oktoberfest
john k on Sep 5, 2022
Beer recipe
John I on Sep 2, 2022
Thom C on Sep 1, 2022
Pumpkin Ale Recipe
Keith G on Aug 23, 2022
Making a Flanders Red
David R on Aug 23, 2022
Dark lager
Steve P on Aug 19, 2022
Wheat beer recipe
James M on Jul 23, 2022
W D on Jun 23, 2022
recipe calls for it
William C M on May 14, 2022
as base malt for raw beer
Matthew Kessler on Mar 29, 2022
The recipe called for it
Ken Y on Feb 8, 2022
Winter Seasonal
Valued C on Nov 19, 2021
richard ruggiero on Sep 18, 2021
It's the grain I want to use for Festbier
Aaron P on Jul 23, 2021
like this malt
rick s on Jul 15, 2021
Specialty malt for my Munich Helles
JOHN D. on Jul 1, 2021
color and body
nick w on Jun 24, 2021
Making an ESB
Robert P. M on May 24, 2021
Great for my German biers
Colby Bullock on May 1, 2021
I can use this in many recipes
Richard Schmittdiel on Apr 2, 2021
Building a German Rye
William H on Feb 9, 2021
I use a lot of it
Scott G on Dec 28, 2020
Previously used
Jonathan G on Dec 22, 2020
using in my baltic porter receipe
John A on Nov 18, 2020
specific recipe
David R on Oct 29, 2020
Substitute for Caramel Malts
Joseph T on Aug 5, 2020
Part of a recipe
Wesley J on Jul 31, 2020
NA at local supplier
Nathan Krull on Jul 31, 2020
Color and sweetness
Bill Aurand on Jul 24, 2020
Pete T on Jul 3, 2020
Munich Dunkel
Thomas F on Jun 25, 2020
Munich Dunkel
Thomas F on Jun 25, 2020
Dunkelweizen recipe
Steve T on Jun 25, 2020
I wanted some malt and this was a good price, especially like the free shipping deal.
Jeff P on May 28, 2020
Kenneth M on May 18, 2020
I like it
Manuel R on May 5, 2020
Bill R on Apr 30, 2020
Decoction mash munich lager
Cody S on Mar 31, 2020
Excellent price for this grain and good shipping rate
JONATHAN B on Mar 3, 2020
WILLIAM POLSKOY on Mar 2, 2020
Part of my award winning recipe
Valued C on Feb 28, 2020
To use in a dunkelweizen.
Joseph G on Jan 23, 2020
Mctasty time for yum flavors please
Scott Felter on Jan 22, 2020
Base malt for a dunkelweizen
Justin Dufault on Jan 21, 2020
same as above
Jim F on Dec 27, 2019
Specific Recipe Called for it
Jeffrey K on Nov 26, 2019
Good brand.
Nicholas C Trausch on Nov 18, 2019
Fit the requirements of my recipe
Pasquale C on Nov 8, 2019
Great product
Robin T on Oct 17, 2019
recipe oktoberfest
john k on Sep 5, 2022
Thom C on Sep 1, 2022
Is this malt modified enough to convert it's own starches, or should it be mashed with a more highly modified malt to do this?
Jim Spaulding on Jan 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The weyermann site says you can use it at 100%, so it should be self converting.

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Rated 5 out of 5
The DepthMaker
A great malt to add depth to truly malty German styles like the various Bocks or an Amber Kellerbier, but would also quite likely be at home in an Imperial Stout or Porter, Old Ale, anything malty and big. Though I'm sure there's a killer Dark Mild recipe out there based in part on this malt!
July 31, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very Malty
I use this grain in my Munich Dunkel lagers. Very malty and makes a beautiful flavorful Dunkel.
February 8, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
I used this in a delicious Munich Dunkel - 80% Munich, 16% Pilsner, 4% Chocolate Malt. 1.056 OG, 25 IBUs of Hallertau at 60 minutes and White Labs 833.
January 25, 2018
over 4 years ago