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Brewing ingredients

Brewing ingredients

Hops and malt

Here you will find an overview of ingredients you need for brewing. It is just a small selection. There are many varieties and grades; we do not claim the list is complete.

 

Natural hops

Aroma or bitter hops in the form of dried cones are called cone hops. The bitterness of the hops is given in % alpha acid. Hops are mainly used for flavouring beers at the end of the brewing process.

Natural hops

Hop pellets

Hop pellets are aromatic or bitter hops in compressed form. Because they are practical to store and use, this is the most common type. Again, the bitterness of the hops is given in % alpha acid and usually ranges from 4% to 17% alpha.

Hop pellets

Pilsen malt (2-3 EBC)

Pilsner malt is suitable for producing all light beers or can be used as a base malt for specialty beers.

  • Pilsner beers
  • Any other type of beer

Pilsen malt (2-3 EBC)

Munich malt (15-20 EBC)

Munich malt underlines the typical character of beer by enhancing the aroma and achieves a strong beer colour.

  • Malt beers
  • Festival beers
  • Strong beers

Munich malt (15-20 EBC)

Vienna malt (7-9 EBC)

Vienna malt makes beer »golden coloured« and promotes full-bodiedness.

  • Export beer
  • Maerzen beers
  • Festival beers
  • Home-brew beers

Vienna malt (7-9 EBC)

Light wheat malt (3-5 EBC)

Wheat malt promotes the typical top-fermented aroma, makes lean, lively beers and highlights the typical wheat beer aroma.

  • Wheat beers
  • Kölsch beers
  • Altbier types
  • Top fermenting draught beers
  • Light beers

Light wheat malt (3-5 EBC)

Carapils (3-5 EBC)

Carapils improves the foam and the foam stability and makes the beer full-bodied.

  • Pilsner beers
  • Light beers
  • Non-alcoholic beers

Carapils (3-5 EBC)

Smoked malt (EBC 3-6)

Smoked malt gives that typical smoky flavour.

  • Smoked beers
  • Lagers
  • Kellerbiere (»cellar beers«: naturally cloudy beers)
  • Beer specialties
  • Wheat beers

Smoked malt (EBC 3-6)

Ground Malt

Check out the 'Tips and Tricks' on our site to find out what the right grinding size of your malt should look like .

Ground Malt