American Honey Malt - Briess Malting

American Honey Malt - Briess Malting

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25 °L - American Honey is a modern take on a traditional European-style Brumalt. To craft American Honey Malt, Briess starts with the highest quality American-grown barley, then tailor their typical steep and germination process to produce highly-modified green malt — rich with the precursors needed to create melanoidin-style malt flavors. A series of proprietary processes are used to finish the malt and create a product rich with simple sugars and Maillard reaction compounds, leading to one of the most uniquely complex malt flavors.

Use 1-5% for subtle honey flavor, 5-10% for complex honey and graham cracker flavors, or 10-20% for prominent, warm bakery flavors of biscuit, toffee and brown sugar.

Malt Specification:

Moisture % - max. 4.5
Extract fine % dm - min. 82
Color °L - 25
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RMcC on Sep 14, 2022
for a recipe.
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Making a Honey Double IPA
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Beer recipe
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80 schilling recipe
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I’ve used in the past
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We dont have this malt available in ZA
Jacqui E on Jul 8, 2021
Awesome malt for amber or darker beers.
Richard Schmittdiel on Jun 4, 2021
I'm brewing a grapefruit wheat
Joshua M on May 29, 2021
Yum, honey malt
Fred S on Apr 16, 2021
Planned next 4 brews and order accordingly
KENNETH T. on Mar 9, 2021
making a strong ale
Marshall L on Mar 2, 2021
Because there is no substitute.
Bigs BBQ and Brew P on Feb 25, 2021
who does not like a little honey
Christopher B on Feb 4, 2021
Brewing a cream ale
Philip A Myers on Jan 23, 2021
Required a Honey Malt
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M Tyler S on Dec 29, 2020
trying out a new malt
Ben Sookying on Dec 23, 2020
To compare with Gambrinus honey malt
daniel k on Dec 10, 2020
Try something new
Dennis B on Dec 3, 2020
Have a few ounces for extra complexity to my brews
garrett shuck on Nov 17, 2020
Wanna make something new
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Making a Honey Double IPA
Casey D on Jul 23, 2022
Beer recipe
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Very Tasty
honeyed Graham cracker to the max
June 14, 2022
3 months ago