Carahell® Malt - Weyermann® Specialty Malts

Carahell® Malt - Weyermann® Specialty Malts

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8-12 °L  - Weyermann® - Carahell® is used in many German lagers looking for a little more body without much color. Mild caramel notes provide balance without overpowering the nuttier Munich and Vienna malts. 8.1-11.8L


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For light German lager
andrew on Jul 7, 2022
John W on May 18, 2022
For light German lager
andrew on Jul 7, 2022
Pale Ale
Greg F on Jun 23, 2022
John W on May 18, 2022
West Coast Pale Ale
Greg F on May 14, 2022
Mark F on Jan 22, 2022
Future Brew
Steve G on Nov 16, 2021
Valued C on Oct 30, 2021
More body and complexity
Toby Gillespie on Oct 26, 2021
Gold medal recipe called for it, Pale Malty European Beer
James G on Sep 15, 2021
Great alternative to Carapils which is six row and doesn't impart much malt sweetness.
Brian C on Jun 15, 2021
Andrew Gregorovius on May 5, 2021
I find this works really well in place of crystal 15
J on Apr 29, 2021
stewart b on Apr 27, 2021
honey wheat pilsner
Michele W on Apr 16, 2021
For making a german beer...?
Jason D on Apr 7, 2021
One pound when combined with the 11.5 #'s of Floor Malted Bohemian malt this Carahell brings my Czech Pilsner recipe together to perfection.
Y U on Feb 17, 2021
Good deal vs local HBS
Chivas F on Dec 4, 2020
online recipe
Justin J on Nov 22, 2020
Try something between carafoam and C-15
Tom l on Nov 11, 2020
This is what the recipe called for
Craig M M on Sep 12, 2020
Recipe recommendation
troy s on Jun 2, 2020
I like real beer
Thomas McGloine on Apr 21, 2020
I am out.
Lance C on Apr 21, 2020
I've used this before for a Grapefruit Wheat beer I have brewed multiple times with great success.
Elliott A on Mar 17, 2020
Brewing a Belgian Tripel, it will add body and some color to the beer.
Sharon C on Jan 30, 2020
to brew beer
Anthony K on Dec 31, 2019
To make tasty lagers.
Lincoln D P on Nov 11, 2019
blonde ale
Travis L on Jun 28, 2019
For steeping in an extract hefeweizen
Kenneth Howell on Jun 5, 2019
Chuck Beckman on May 10, 2019
used many times
Jason S on Apr 15, 2019
Much better than carapils for head retention.
Daniel D on Feb 8, 2019
best malt for head retention I've ever used.
karl h on Jan 24, 2019
For Czech Lager Recipe
Michael J F on Nov 17, 2018
Better head retention than regular 10L.
Shawn H on Oct 23, 2018
I use it in my IPAs
Josh Jabben on Aug 28, 2018
Better than briess caramel malt
Philip s on Jul 10, 2018
Add just a touch of sweetness with pale ales
Peter W on Mar 16, 2018
Love using it in pilsner recipe.
Nathan S on Feb 7, 2018
CaraHell is used in two of my beers and imparts good color and body.
Adam P. S on Jan 18, 2018
Pale Ale
Greg F on Jun 23, 2022
West Coast Pale Ale
Greg F on May 14, 2022

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Rated 5 out of 5
Best overall German Pils malt
This is a consistent malt, blended so it’s very similar from batch to batch. Makes for very malty beers. Excellent in German Pils and Helles beers.
July 9, 2020
over 2 years ago