Weyermann® Chocolate Wheat Malt

Weyermann® Chocolate Wheat Malt

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375-450L Weyermann® - Malted Wheat that has been roasted. It gives a nice mellow flavor with a hint of roastiness.

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specific recipe
David R on Oct 29, 2020
Charles S on Apr 20, 2020
specific recipe
David R on Oct 29, 2020
Anchor winter wheat
Mathew B on Aug 1, 2020
Charles S on Apr 20, 2020
it was in the recipe
John R on Mar 31, 2020
Rocking taste
Joe B on Mar 21, 2020
Harold R on Mar 20, 2020
WILLIAM POLSKOY on Mar 2, 2020
Chocolate beers and complex darker beers.
Ross M on Jan 8, 2020
Oatmeal Milk Stout
Daniel G on Dec 19, 2019
Making a specific recipe for a freind.
Michael H on Nov 14, 2019
Key to an amazing black IPA
Adam on Jun 10, 2019
Tanner V on Jan 24, 2019
wheat malt good
James S on Dec 31, 2018
More body and head than regular chocolate malt.
Shawn B H on Oct 23, 2018
Making a porter.
Ronald W on Oct 17, 2018
Milk stout
Ralph Sprandel on Sep 5, 2018
I’d like the gratzer i’m brewing to have some roast notes and a little color
Dan P on Feb 5, 2018
Anchor winter wheat
Mathew B on Aug 1, 2020
it was in the recipe
John R on Mar 31, 2020

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great flavor
leaves a real chocolate flavor in stouts, best with a bit of vanilla added.
August 26, 2020
3 months ago
Oh do I love this
Low astringency with color from the roast and a bit of body (cuz it's wheat).
After using it a few times, it seems almost crucial for getting that soft, rounded flavor out of porters without confusing the brew with a stout. Love it.
December 22, 2019
1 year ago
I very much like the Weyermann® Chocolate Wheat Malt Weyermann® Chocolate Wheat Matt
I use this in my Brown Ale. I'm a big fan of Weyermann's grain because my first preference in beer styles is German beer. I switched to this a couple of years ago from an English chocolate malt. For me, this works well.
October 31, 2019
1 year ago
Works great in my London brown!
October 9, 2018
over 2 years ago
Good if you limit use...
Very good to excellent if you do not use TOO MUCH. Start slow!
March 25, 2018
If you're making a porter look no further
1-2% of this malt in a porter will give you a head that will stay for days. It's a little lighter (about 100 SRM lighter) than barley-based chocolate malt so it won't add as much color as you'd think. But will definitely increase body and mouthfeel of your beer. It is out of style guidelines to make Porters with wheat but I think it's worth the try. When people ask you why the beer is so good you can just smile and call it "brewer's talent". Your secret will be safe here.
May 11, 2014
Under used malt
This malt is perfect for adding head retention along with some mild chocolate flavors without the burnt astringent flavors associated with other darker malts. Perfect for dunkels and specialty ales.
May 10, 2013
Daddy's Secret sauce
Want the color, but not the astringency? Wheat doesn't have a husk & when roasted can be used like a Carafa malt, but better 'cuz it adds body & head retention. Black IPA anyone?
May 8, 2013