Other Grains

  1. Raw Un-Malted Rye
    $2.50/kg

    Raw Un-Malted Rye

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    Raw Un-Malted Rye
  2. Gladfield Chocolate Rye Malt
    $5.00/kg

    Gladfield Chocolate Rye Malt

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    Richly roasted to bring a smooth espresso creaminess to your dark beers with a touch of rye spiciness. Beautiful in a porter or oatmeal stout where the coffee spice character is particularly well matched with the roast malts. Adds a further level of complexity to Vienna in a Dunkel or even something a little uncommon to a mild or English brown.
  3. Gladfield Flaked Wheat Gladfield Flaked Wheat
    $5.20/kg

    Gladfield Flaked Wheat

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    Flaked wheat is not malted, therefore requires extra effort to extract it's potential sugar content, which will be lower than malted wheat. Flaked wheat is traditional in Belgian witbier and lambics, it contains more starch and higher levels of protein than malted wheat. It adds more mouthfeel than malted wheat and has a different taste, which is noticeable when used in larger quantities. If the grain bill consists of more than 25% flaked wheat you should consider a cereal mash, or precooking the wheat in order to gelatinize it so you can extract more sugars out of it.
  4. Flaked Torrefied Maize
    $7.30/kg

    Flaked Torrefied Maize

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    Flaked Torrefied Maize - Promotes head retention and adds body.
  5. Gladfield Oat Hulls
    $5.75/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.
  6. 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.
  7. Weyermann Pale Wheat Weyermann Pale Wheat
    $4.80/kg

    Weyermann Pale Wheat

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    Ideal foundation grain for pale Weizenbiers, such as Hefeweizen and Kristallweizen. Essential ingredient in North American pub wheat ales. Adds creaminess, body, and complex wheat flavors to top-fermented beers.
  8. Gladfield Maize Malt
    $5.90/kg

    Gladfield Maize Malt

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    Gladfield Maize Malt - can be used in lagers and bourbon whiskey.
  9. Gladfield Crystal Rye Malt
    $5.00/kg

    Gladfield Crystal Rye Malt

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    Wetting the rye and carefully kilning produces a remarkably delicious and complex crystal malt with a slightly spicy caramel finish caramel and a nutty aroma. Superb in a range of beers including Pales and IPA’s, brings a new level of complexity to Golden Rye’s and is fantastic in a rye lager where a little spiciness changes things up rather nicely.
  10. Gladfield Raw Wheat
    $2.50/kg

    Gladfield Raw Wheat

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    Just as malted wheat is crucial to Germany’s wheat beers, unmalted, raw wheat is essential to several Belgian styles. Raw wheat produces beers less sweet and full bodied than those made with malted wheat, making it an excellent choice for the more crisp and refreshing styles.

    Witbier, the Belgian version of “white” beer, is likewise made from unmalted wheat (50 percent) and malted barley (along with an occasional addition of oats). Witbiers can be brewed from step infusion or decoction mashes, but long protein rests (45 to 60 minutes) are necessary to allow any lautering at all.
    Can be used for baking bread if you have a flour mill!