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Flaked Corn (Maize)

Flaked Corn (Maize)

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Brewers flaked corn. For light style American Pilsners. Lightens color and body.

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Helps speed starch conversion
John K. on Aug 11, 2022
taste great less filling
Micaela on Jul 28, 2022
Helps speed starch conversion
John K. on Aug 11, 2022
mouth feel
Michael A S on Jul 30, 2022
taste great less filling
Micaela on Jul 28, 2022
for cream ales
Jeff Leepard on Jul 19, 2022
British ale, Australian styles, USA traditional lager
William E on Jul 12, 2022
Lager
Mark A on Jul 11, 2022
for my cream ales and Mexican lagers
Dan C on Jul 10, 2022
Flaked grains stack easier for more efficient organization.
Richard Z on Jul 8, 2022
Always good to have a little maize on hand to lighten up a summer ale.
Michael K on Jul 6, 2022
Mexican Lager.
William C on Jun 30, 2022
Easy to use
James M on Jun 28, 2022
Nice to add a bit of mouthfeel/body to American Light Ales.
Mark D G on Jun 27, 2022
to make my beer more dry
Jack S on Jun 14, 2022
I need to brew
Jacob C K on Jun 13, 2022
Use in my Mexican Lager
Kevin B on Jun 10, 2022
Mexican lager
Yamil R on Jun 7, 2022
Ingredient to brew KY Common
Dwain Pannell on Jun 1, 2022
To make a cream ale
Theresa F on Jun 1, 2022
Quality item
Patrick S on May 25, 2022
for distilling and quality in the mash
Darrin D on May 25, 2022
Best price
Marvin P on May 7, 2022
Part of a Spruce Beer Recipe
Jeremy W on Apr 30, 2022
Price and Fast Delivery
Christopher S on Apr 30, 2022
Trying something new
Mark M on Apr 9, 2022
Home brew
Nikola M on Apr 8, 2022
recipe
Mitch A on Apr 7, 2022
Fills the bill for a Cream Ale.
Ralph H on Apr 6, 2022
fits my bill.
Jim A on Apr 4, 2022
Livestock feed
Valued C on Mar 19, 2022
Brewing a light lutra kveik pseudo lager
Andrew R on Mar 15, 2022
For beer making
Philip D on Mar 14, 2022
fits my grain bill nicely
Tony H on Mar 11, 2022
price
Terence P C on Mar 10, 2022
To give it a try
Keith H on Mar 8, 2022
Amazing adjunct
Shannon Bray on Mar 5, 2022
Recipe
James Kent on Feb 28, 2022
cheapest I found
Alexander H on Feb 23, 2022
Cream ale
Derek S on Feb 18, 2022
Recommended by friend
Gregory F P on Feb 17, 2022
super product - great price
LES B. on Feb 1, 2022
Use in English ales
William Carter on Jan 31, 2022
Good product and fast shipping!
Jimmie Phillips on Jan 5, 2022
Corn goes good with rye making shine
Donald M on Dec 30, 2021
Price and ease of use
Norbert. W on Dec 10, 2021
Future Brew
Steve G on Nov 16, 2021
beer
Mark W on Nov 11, 2021
Size and price
Alan S on Nov 10, 2021
great product and fair price
LES B. on Oct 21, 2021
I need this to brew
Valued C on Oct 19, 2021
Adjunct for Flanders brown
Jan DiVincenzo on Oct 19, 2021
mouth feel
Michael A S on Jul 30, 2022
for cream ales
Jeff Leepard on Jul 19, 2022
Who is the Mfg of this Flaked Corn Product?
William D. Bell on Jan 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: To clarify, the flaked corn is manufactured by Briess but packaged by Brewmaster.
Is this pre-gelatinized?
Ralph Sprandel on Apr 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ralph - Flaked maize is pre-gelatinized, cracked corn is not.
How do I will call at a store?
Marc Trincale on Dec 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: On any of our websites, scroll to the bottom and click the link for "Retail Stores". From here you select the store from which you want to order and click the link on the right side "Full Details". This is the last page and here you will find all of the store's specific info and the final link to a "Will Call Form". You will receive a confirmation email from there.
does this need to be milled?
Scott Rogerson on Sep 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Flaked grains do NOT need to be milled.

Flaked/Rolled = Never Run Thru Your Mill.

They will no go thru the mill.

Crush your other grains and then weigh out any flaked grains, Do Not Mill.
How do I covert the starches in this product without using something like 2 row barley?
Gary Mckinnon on Oct 16, 2021
BEST ANSWER: Exogenous enzymes can be used to convert starches if insufficient Diastatic Power/Potential exists in the grist. The question is what percentage of the grain bill does the maize constitute, and what other grains are in the bill at what percentages. I can't remember exactly what DP number is required from a diastatic grain to convert an equal amount of adjunct grain, off the top of my head I'd guess around 50 or so, but most base malts under 10* L have sufficient DP to do the job. Interestingly some wheat malts have a higher DP than 2 row barley, Briess 2 row Brewers malt is 140* while their White wheat is 160* and Red wheat malt is 180*.
It says “Malt Corn,” is it malted?
Steve Sanve on Nov 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Flaked corn is not malted. It has been gelatinized and rolled so that it is ready for starch extraction. Flaked corn does not have the enzymes need to breakdown the starches so, you need malted grains with it in the mash.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Very easy to work with
July 26, 2022
Purchased
1 month ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great price and fast delivery
March 7, 2022
Purchased
5 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Corn
It was corn. It was flaked. It tasted like corn.
June 11, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great corn!
Buy this corn from this site. It wont disappoint!
April 21, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Worked great
Well packaged, clean
March 22, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product and Price
Quick delivery and great quality corn
December 3, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
corn was done well. came out darn good
August 4, 2020
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Another great product!! Very good favor!!
September 20, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great
Fresh, smelled great. Would use again.
July 6, 2019
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easy to use
Eliminates the need to do a separate cereal mash when brewing cream ale. Just incorporate with your main mash.
May 14, 2019
Purchased
over 3 years ago