Malt

Fresh malt and grain at a fair price is the corner-stone of making home-crafted beer. We carefully select our range to m...
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Malt

Fresh malt and grain at a fair price is the corner-stone of making home-crafted beer. We carefully select our range to make sure that most styles and recipes can be brewed. Please let us know if you would like something we do not have in stock.
  1. Gladfield Oat Hulls
    $5.50/kg

    Gladfield Oat Hulls

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    Oat Hulls provide bulk helping prevent the mash from settling and becoming stuck during the sparge. Hulls are generally used when making wheat or rye beers. Usage rates are recommended up to approximately 5% of your grain bill for any recipe that you think is likely to result in a stuck sparge. This product is the New Zealand version of Rice Hulls.
  2. Gladfield Peat Smoked malt
    $4.10/kg

    Gladfield Peat Smoked malt

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    Peat smoked malt is particularly suited to porter/stout, but it works really well in strong British styles, such as Wee Heavy and Old Ale.
  3. Gladfield Pilsner malt Gladfield Pilsner malt
    $3.50/kg

    Gladfield Pilsner malt

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    Gladfield Pilsner malt is made from 2 row English and European bred barley varieties. Only plump low protein barley is used which allows for higher extract potential and helps eliminate potential protein haze issues in the beer.
  4. Gladfield Red Back malt Gladfield Red Back malt
    $4.90/kg

    Gladfield Red Back malt

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    Red Back Malt is a unique malt made by Gladfield. It is prepared by a special process which cause the malt to produce a lovely red hue in the resulting beer without the opalescence that can occur with other similar malts. In other words the wort colour is bright with good clarity but most of all a lovely red colour.
  5. Gladfield RedBack Wheat malt
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    $4.90/kg

    Gladfield RedBack Wheat malt

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    Colour:
    27 EBC

    How does it taste?
    The flavour in a “malt tea” is fairly mild – lightly bready/toasty with a raisin/dry cranberry type finish to it.

    Aroma:
    Lightly fruity & bready.

    Typical Beer Styles:
    Kolsh, Wheat beers and any recipe you may think this malt will fit.

    Typical Usage rates:
    10-15% if this was the sole specialty malt. No Diastatic power to come with this malt.

    Brewing Recipes Ideas:
    Hefe with a mix of 50% Pils than 25% Redback wheat and 25% Regular wheat. Or a Kolsh with a mix of 93% German Pils and 7% RedBack Wheat.
  6. Gladfield Roasted Barley
    $4.90/kg

    Gladfield Roasted Barley

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    Used in the production of dry or bitter Stouts and other dark beers
  7. Gladfield Roasted Wheat malt Gladfield Roasted Wheat malt
    $4.90/kg

    Gladfield Roasted Wheat malt

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    Gladfield Roasted Wheat is a great way to get those roasted coffee and chocolate flavours without the extra bitterness that comes from roasted barley or chocolate malt.
  8. Gladfield Rye malt
    $4.90/kg

    Gladfield Rye malt

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    Lends biscuit-like, smooth, almost oily, (typical) rye component to finished beer.
  9. Gladfield Shepherd's Delight malt Gladfield Shepherd's Delight malt
    $4.90/kg

    Gladfield Shepherd's Delight malt

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    Shepherds Delight is a stepped up version of Gladfield Aurora malt. It has intense bready, toasted and kola flavour with a lingering fruity sweetness. This malt should be used sparingly to supercharge the maltiness of a beer.
  10. Gladfield Sour Grapes Malt
    $6.80/kg

    Gladfield Sour Grapes Malt

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    Gladfield Sour Grapes malt is designed for pH adjustment in the brew house mash. Sour Grapes is produced through a combination of lactic growth during germination from naturally present bacteria on the grain and a lactic bath prior to kilning grown from the same lactobacillus strains. Recommended usage of between 1% and 5% to achieve target mash pH.