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Rahr 6-Row Malt

Rahr 6-Row Malt

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Rahr 6-Row malt is excellent for any high-adjunct brew. 6-Row's high enzyme content is very beneficial when mashing with unmalted oats, corn, rice, etc. Approximately 1.7° L in color.
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Pumpkin Ale
William T on Sep 4, 2020
Adding to my pumpkin ale recipe
Rick on Aug 18, 2020
Pumpkin Ale
William T on Sep 4, 2020
Used before
Gene M on Aug 27, 2020
Adding to my pumpkin ale recipe
Rick on Aug 18, 2020
I make a lot of Classic American Pilsner
William S on Aug 12, 2020
Wanted a Six Row as an option
Jacob M on Jul 13, 2020
Enzymes
Rob K on Jun 10, 2020
Specially picked for best malt
troy s on Jun 2, 2020
Mimics historic California coast barley
Graham A on May 29, 2020
Recipe ingredient - throwback beer
William W on May 28, 2020
Its what I like and a great price
Keith G on May 23, 2020
For a beer recipe
Russell P on May 13, 2020
Cream Ale
Sean M S on May 6, 2020
for authentic american lager
Richard Schmittdiel on May 5, 2020
Want to see how adding some of this will affect some of my brews
Carl C on Apr 15, 2020
Plan an adjunct lager soon, want to change from 2-row to more traditionally correct 6-row
David H on Feb 28, 2020
Haven't tried Rahr before...curious to see how it goes.
John M on Jan 27, 2020
Just in case I need the enzymes
Douglas M on Dec 31, 2019
For a Kentucky Common
Matt M on Dec 13, 2019
Specific Recipe Called for it
Jeffrey K on Nov 26, 2019
Specific Recipe Called for it
Jeffrey K on Nov 26, 2019
clone beer recipe needs it
David B on Oct 31, 2019
Breaks down a corn mash really well.
William F on Aug 28, 2019
Next brew
Michael H on Jun 4, 2019
For extra to use in future brewing
Neil D on Jun 3, 2019
The reccipe I'm using called for it
Neil D on Jun 3, 2019
This is for an American Light Lager that is perfect for hot summer days
D Scott B on Apr 29, 2019
Great service and fast shipping
D Scott B on Apr 29, 2019
need it for a recipe
John H R on Mar 6, 2019
Because it was 6 row and pricing is good.
Mike F on Jan 25, 2019
for a classic American Pilsener
Pete O on Dec 27, 2018
Price
Shawn on Nov 28, 2018
high enzyme for use with flaked corn
Thomas L on Nov 26, 2018
to make a easy drink for my wife like Bush beer
keith van h on Nov 17, 2018
helps convert starch in corn to fermentable sugars
Randy R on Nov 17, 2018
helps convert starch in corn to fermentable sugars
Randy R on Nov 17, 2018
Conversion ability
Kevin B on Sep 25, 2018
Customer review
Michael R M on Sep 20, 2018
Out of it
Roger W on Aug 30, 2018
great price
David L G on Jun 29, 2018
Works
Gordon S on Jun 26, 2018
This is a great malt for Hefeweizens.
Daniel B on Jun 7, 2018
Great for CAP
Dave J on Apr 19, 2018
It makes a good beer
Joe S on Feb 22, 2018
High d power
DanielJ Puglia on Feb 16, 2018
great to add to wheat beer helps conversion
Brian M. on Feb 13, 2018
CREAM ALES
Samuel Colletts on Jan 15, 2018
Used before
Gene M on Aug 27, 2020
I make a lot of Classic American Pilsner
William S on Aug 12, 2020
Reviews

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Great 6-row Malt
I use Rahr 6-row malt for all of my cream ales.
July 22, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Great for Heavy Adjunct Beers!
If your looking for a drier finish on your heavy adjunct beer, this is what you are looking for. It provides the enzyme content that is need to convert heavy wheat and oat beers!
June 1, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Used wyeast recipe for George Washington pre pre pre pro porter ,still fermenting.
May 26, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Diastatic power
Used about 10% in a lager grist with a significant percentage of flaked corn. This provides more conversion power than ordinary two-row. The result was a wort that still exceeded the predicted original gravity and also fermented to the predicted terminal gravity.
May 26, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
First time usage
I used this at about 10% of my grain bill in an IPA for the first time. Didn't have any expectations but was surprised to find I have a significant chill haze in my beer. I have made the same recipe a number of times without the 6 row malt and it's always clear. Also seemed a touch more malty, more of a pale ale than an IPA. Still quite drinkable! Buy some and experiment!
May 18, 2020
Purchased
5 months ago
Great!
This malt performed as expected. Made a great Saison.
October 18, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
used in my adjunct beers
have used this grain with other grains such as corn, rice, wheat
May 2, 2014
used in lagers
used a few times for lagers with success. Wasn't hazy.
May 27, 2013