Weyermann Dark Munich Malt

Weyermann Dark Munich Malt

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Although similar to standard Munich malt, dark Munich will add quite a bit of color and a very strong malt flavor to your beer. A great malt to be incorporated into your darker lager recipes. Approximately 8-10° L in color.

Also known as Munich Type 2.

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Great product
Robin T on Oct 17, 2019
So I could make a dunkle.
Terrell H on Oct 10, 2019
Great product
Robin T on Oct 17, 2019
Part of a recipe
Scott M on Oct 15, 2019
So I could make a dunkle.
Terrell H on Oct 10, 2019
So I could make a dunkle.
Terrell H on Oct 10, 2019
Czech Dark Lager
Jesse M on Sep 24, 2019
I've heard you can use it instead of crystals
Timothy J on Sep 19, 2019
Andrew W on Sep 16, 2019
For my all grain porter
JP B on Sep 11, 2019
I use this to make beer
D A on Aug 28, 2019
Specific recipe
Valued C on Jul 25, 2019
Travis L on Jun 13, 2019
it's what I normally use for my recipes
Thomas L on Feb 6, 2019
Oktoberfest beer
Zachary D on Jan 30, 2019
Want to make a german pilsner
Fernando M on Jan 29, 2019
I'm out
Steve Ayers on Jan 28, 2019
I want to make an authentic German Lager beer
James H on Jan 7, 2019
Haven't used it.
William H on Dec 28, 2018
Putting recipe together
Karl M on Nov 17, 2018
Kurt H on Oct 31, 2018
Using in Amber Ale
Brenden W on Oct 31, 2018
Trying a Sam Adams octoberfest clone
mike d on Sep 25, 2018
For bock and dunkle
Jay E on Sep 24, 2018
Great malt that's worth the money
Matthew Z on Aug 14, 2018
Todd Z on Aug 8, 2018
I actually wanted the viking malt 5# but it wouldn't have arrived in time.
Jason L on Jul 25, 2018
to make sugars to make beer
Elliot W on Jul 6, 2018
traditional. How come I couldn't get this in a 5 pound sack milled but it was offered unmilled?
Ryan K on Jun 6, 2018
It is 1 ingredient in a beer that I get requested to make.
Mitchell D on Jun 5, 2018
Adds a nice malt touch to beer.
ryan h on May 9, 2018
The Dark Munich Malt adds flavor and maltiness to pale and wheat beers.
Randall A. Z on Mar 27, 2018
Part of a recipe
Scott M on Oct 15, 2019
So I could make a dunkle.
Terrell H on Oct 10, 2019
Is this malt modified enough to convert it's own starches, or should it be mashed with a more highly modified malt to do this?
Jim Spaulding on Jan 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The weyermann site says you can use it at 100%, so it should be self converting.

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Very Malty
I use this grain in my Munich Dunkel lagers. Very malty and makes a beautiful flavorful Dunkel.
February 8, 2018
1 year ago
I used this in a delicious Munich Dunkel - 80% Munich, 16% Pilsner, 4% Chocolate Malt. 1.056 OG, 25 IBUs of Hallertau at 60 minutes and White Labs 833.
January 25, 2018
1 year ago