Weyermann® German Vienna Malt

Weyermann® German Vienna Malt

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3.5 L - Weyermann® - Not quite as intense as Munich, but a great background builder or even base for German Lagers, Kolsches, Alts, and even light American ales. Enzyme potential is between Munich and 2-row. Must be mashed.

Example Malt Analysis:

Weyermann® Malting

TYPE: Vienna Malt

% Assortment
7/64" 59.6
6/64" 29,7
5/64" 8.8
Thru 5/64' 1.9

Chemical Analysis

Moisture, % 3.8
Extract %, finely ground malt, as is 78.7
Extract %, finely ground malt, dry basis 81.8
Extract %, coarsley ground malt, as is 77.9
Extract %, coarsley ground malt, dry basis 81.0
F/C Difference % 0.8
Color, laboratory Wort, degrees Lovibond 2.7 - 3.8
Viscosity 1.48
Beta Glucan, ppm 107
Diastatic Power 93
Alpha Amylase (DU) 54.2
Total Soluble Protein %, dry basis 5.21
Total Protein %, dry basis 11.06
S/T Ratio % 47.1
Conversion, minutes 5-7
Aroma of Mash Aromatic
Filtration Time Normal
Clarity of Wort 7


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I'm making a Märzen and only german malts will do the job right.
Tom B on Mar 7, 2023
Mike R on Feb 9, 2023
I'm making a Märzen and only german malts will do the job right.
Tom B on Mar 7, 2023
For an oktoberfest brew next month
Sandy J R on Feb 16, 2023
Mike R on Feb 9, 2023
Use this for my Dunkel and Bocks
Angel S on Feb 1, 2023
best vienna malt
Scott E Balovich on Jan 24, 2023
used in ales
Bruce C on Jan 20, 2023
Making Mai bock
Michael M on Jan 18, 2023
part of a recipe
William C on Jan 11, 2023
classic adjunct for helles
Mark M on Jan 10, 2023
Great quality
james williams on Dec 29, 2022
My homebrew shop is out.
Abran on Dec 19, 2022
Chase B on Nov 30, 2022
American Ale ingredients
James C on Nov 9, 2022
Yamil R on Nov 4, 2022
The Goddess of Viennnass passionately lead me to this selection.
Michael L on Nov 4, 2022
Robert B on Sep 7, 2022
Beer recipe
John I on Sep 2, 2022
Simple n flavorful for pale ale
Larry F on Jul 19, 2022
Used it last time with excellent results
Henry F K on Jul 8, 2022
Add a bit too color
Eric S on Jun 10, 2022
Mexican lager
Yamil R on Jun 7, 2022
Patrick L on May 16, 2022
recipe calls for it
William C M on May 14, 2022
for a Vienna pilsner/lager
Larry W on Apr 20, 2022
Secondary malt
Robert R on Mar 31, 2022
Kenneth V on Mar 30, 2022
Making a mixed fermentation ale
Robert F G on Mar 30, 2022
Like using Vienna malt
Todd on Mar 14, 2022
Zachary J on Jan 25, 2022
for a wit
chris k on Jan 22, 2022
Gotta love it
Daniel John Y on Jan 22, 2022
Making another batch of Gordon Strong's Nothing but Vienna
Thomas Brophy on Jan 10, 2022
Making a recipe that calls for it.
Merlinus Monroe on Dec 27, 2021
Brewing a lager
Joad B on Dec 10, 2021
Vienna lager
Juan A on Dec 3, 2021
Jed r H on Nov 20, 2021
Like it
Curt on Nov 6, 2021
Lee Theuriet on Oct 28, 2021
Lee Theuriet on Oct 28, 2021
added complexity and mild sweetness
Toby Gillespie on Oct 26, 2021
James C on Oct 8, 2021
great service and products
Travis B on Oct 8, 2021
Colin Nero on Aug 19, 2021
Tommy T on Aug 11, 2021
Lager Beer
Corey Oravetz on Aug 4, 2021
good for malty ales
Ben B on Jul 6, 2021
Makes tasty pale lager
DAVID S on Jun 19, 2021
Quality grain
Dirk L Pletcher on Jun 5, 2021
Bavarian Beers
Scott G on May 28, 2021
First time trying it, for a light lager.
Joad B on May 18, 2021
For an oktoberfest brew next month
Sandy J R on Feb 16, 2023
Use this for my Dunkel and Bocks
Angel S on Feb 1, 2023

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Rated 5 out of 5
Vienna lager made with this malt as 100% of grain bill
I use this malt to make Vienna lagers. It’s almost 100% of the malt bill but I use black prinz less than 2% to give it an amber color without changing the flavor. Lovely flavor. Does not need any other malts to make a good Vienna!
November 10, 2018
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
As Expected
Fresh, milled well and did the job.
September 14, 2018
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
My Desert Island Malt
I love Weyermann Vienna malt so much, if I had to choose only one base malt for the rest of my life it would probably be this. Just the right mix of bready/toasty and it's very versatile. A little bit goes into almost all of my batches and it's frequently the majority of my recipe!
January 23, 2018
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Worth the extra money? Yea, I'd say it is.
I've tried 4 batches of beer now using this and the domestic which is about half the price and I have to say in my opinion, this wins. It's difficult to find words for why, but the beers I've made with this were clearly superior. Yea, it's pricey. I"d say the best way to describe this is, it's easier to balance a beer using this vs something with less character. I use this in my Pale Ale and while the stuff made with the domestic malt is good, the same recipe with this is irresistible. Give it a try, even just the aroma in the bag tells you there's something special here.
February 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
Why not?
I like to make American style ales but with variety. I bought this as an experiment to see what changes I notice in my existing recipes. One nice thing about MoreBeer is that I don't have to buy a 50lb sack to find out. I know I am getting fresh product everytime for a reasonable price. Now with their fast shipping it is even better.
May 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
Beef up your beligan
Not too overpowering in flavor. Add body to that belgian.
May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Worked great
Used this malt for a belg pale & it added a great mealtimes to an otherwise dry beer.
May 2, 2013