Biscuit malt alternative

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chefgage
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Biscuit malt alternative

Post by chefgage » Fri Mar 23, 2018 3:03 pm

I after a few suggestions from you clever people.

I brewed an esb that had biscuit malt in it. These ingredients where bought from a place that no longer does the recipe creator. I have since been using get er brewed which has a recipe creator but they do not stock biscuit malt. Any suggestions of what i could use as an alternative?

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Re: Biscuit malt alternative

Post by Sadfield » Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:14 pm

Lightly toasted malts carry a number of different names usually based on the region where the maltings are, so generally Biscuit/Aromatic in Belgium, Melanoidin in Germany, Victory in the US, Amber/Aromatic in the UK.

I've compiled a Malt Substitution table from various other tables on the internet, that you may find useful.

https://macchomebrew.club/malt-substitu ... en-source/.

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Re: Biscuit malt alternative

Post by chefgage » Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:36 pm

Sadfield wrote:
Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:14 pm
Lightly toasted malts carry a number of different names usually based on the region where the maltings are, so generally Biscuit/Aromatic in Belgium, Melanoidin in Germany, Victory in the US, Amber/Aromatic in the UK.

I've compiled a Malt Substitution table from various other tables on the internet, that you may find useful.

https://macchomebrew.club/malt-substitu ... en-source/.
Many thanks for that :) that chart will definetly come in handy

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