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Flaked Barley

Flaked Barley

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A great way to add body and head retention to your homebrew. Used especially for stouts, flaked barley can be used across practically all beer styles and is an essential adjunct to have around the brewhouse.
Flaked Barley adds protein for body and head retention, without adding fermentable sugars to your wort the way you would with a wheat malt, which makes is great for tweaking the body/head characteristics of a recipe without changing the rest of the grain bill to accommodate a fermentable grain. 
Add to your grist and mash just like any base malt. 
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making beer
David B on Mar 27, 2020
Extra love
Sean D on Feb 29, 2020
making beer
David B on Mar 27, 2020
old recipe required
Ray F on Mar 16, 2020
Extra love
Sean D on Feb 29, 2020
Stout Head Retention
David Fife on Feb 24, 2020
Upcoming Irish Red recipe!
Mainefolks on Feb 3, 2020
Brewing an imperial pastry porter
Brian M on Jan 31, 2020
Nice for the drink having
Scott Felter on Jan 22, 2020
For a recipe
Ed A on Jan 21, 2020
I like what is did to my stout.
Glenn H on Jan 18, 2020
For a Dry Irish Stout
Sean H on Jan 15, 2020
Irish stout
Chuck B on Jan 9, 2020
body for ABA
Rich G on Dec 24, 2019
Adjunct for the Irish Blonde recipe
MATT C H on Nov 20, 2019
for Irish Stout
Patrick Riordan on Nov 9, 2019
Joseph M on Nov 7, 2019
Based on Recipe from Brewers friend
Wade on Oct 25, 2019
Jereme H on Oct 22, 2019
I add at least 1 oz. to every beer for head retention
Michael S on Oct 22, 2019
To add mouthfeel to my beer
Donnie F on Oct 15, 2019
Use this product in most of my recipes
Mike D on Sep 14, 2019
Clark J on Aug 28, 2019
I am allergic to oats, so I use barley flakes instead with no problems. I am satisfied with this product, so I am ordering again.
Bruce O on Aug 28, 2019
Making a stout
John H on Aug 28, 2019
Specific recipe
Valued C on Jul 25, 2019
head retention
Greg on May 3, 2019
for stout
Chuck B on Feb 11, 2019
always add for head retention
Michael S on Jan 24, 2019
This was hard to get for awhile
Mike D on Jan 24, 2019
Study Materials for Cicerone
Daniel Nelson S on Jan 8, 2019
Recipe called for it
Kevin B on Jan 8, 2019
Valued C on Dec 28, 2018
Better price
Christopher Ryan H on Dec 18, 2018
Recipe for Irish Stout and a Porter
Bryan M on Dec 17, 2018
buddy needs it
Tony Schubert on Dec 15, 2018
maintain inventory
WILLIAM P on Dec 14, 2018
Irish Stout
Stephen J on Nov 27, 2018
used before
Bob P on Nov 20, 2018
Valued C on Nov 17, 2018
excelent in my darker beers
Brian M. on Nov 17, 2018
Make a xmas robust porter recipe , stoutlike
David Johnston on Nov 17, 2018
to make a porter
Eric Hansen on Oct 29, 2018
make beer
Daniel F on Sep 28, 2018
Brewing a Guinness
WILLIAM P on Sep 26, 2018
Going in my stout.
Valued C on Sep 25, 2018
New recipe
Michael R on Sep 5, 2018
For peanut butter chocolate stout
Dan P on Aug 25, 2018
adds body
byron m on Jul 24, 2018
add body/head retention to pale ales without complicating the malt bill too much
Anthony W. G on Jul 6, 2018
You were out of flaked outs and thought I'd give it a try.
Frank C on May 24, 2018
This is the only flaked barley available at more beer. I wish i new the manufacturer.
Aaron M on Feb 14, 2018
old recipe required
Ray F on Mar 16, 2020
Stout Head Retention
David Fife on Feb 24, 2020
Do you need to grind flaked Barley before adding to mash?
Kenny Parker on Mar 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Kenny,
You don't need to grind flaked malt in my opinion. I done it before and I see no difference. If you are a bit scare of getting stuck mash. I highly recommend rice hulls. I use rice hulls in all my mashes and never had a problem. Half a pound per 5 gallons.
you send me email that the flaked barley is in... I tried to order it and says it is on backorder???
Bill Large on Jan 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bill - Our 25lb sacks are in stock but please allow our product team 1-2 weeks to prepare the 1lb and 5lb bags.

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