page contents Briess Carapils Malt – CRAFTR
Browse

Briess Carapils Malt

$ 1.64
  • Great Western Brewing Malt & Grain Briess Carapils Malt
  • Great Western Brewing Malt & Grain Briess Carapils Malt
  • Great Western Brewing Malt & Grain Briess Carapils Malt
  • Great Western Brewing Malt & Grain Briess Carapils Malt
Great Western Domestic 2-Row Malt

1.3° L Briess Malting - This malt adds body, mouthfeel and improves head retention by adding dextrines, proteins, non-starch polysaccharides, and other body-building compounds into your wort. Usually used at a level of 5% or less of your total all-grain malt bill. However it can be used at a higher rate in special cases, say if you are making a Session IPA, and are trying to simulate a higher gravity beer. Because of its extremely light color and neutral flavor it won't have much affect on the final color or flavor of your beer. Carapils belongs to a category of malts labeled as Dextrine, sometimes Dextrin, malts.

You can steep it in an extract batch but will only get about 20% utilization, or 20% of the goodies of this malt dissolved into your beer. While not as complex as Carapils malt, for extract brewing some brewers prefer to use dextrin powder.  

Data Sheet

$ 1.99
$ 1.99
Great Western Domestic 2-Row Malt 1.3° L Briess Malting - This malt adds body, mouthfeel and improves head retention by…

McAfee Secure

CRAFTR Guarantee

Easy Returns

Free Shipping On Orders Over $39

Tags
SKU GR300CM
Type Brewing Malt & Grain
Description
Great Western Domestic 2-Row Malt

1.3° L Briess Malting - This malt adds body, mouthfeel and improves head retention by adding dextrines, proteins, non-starch polysaccharides, and other body-building compounds into your wort. Usually used at a level of 5% or less of your total all-grain malt bill. However it can be used at a higher rate in special cases, say if you are making a Session IPA, and are trying to simulate a higher gravity beer. Because of its extremely light color and neutral flavor it won't have much affect on the final color or flavor of your beer. Carapils belongs to a category of malts labeled as Dextrine, sometimes Dextrin, malts.

You can steep it in an extract batch but will only get about 20% utilization, or 20% of the goodies of this malt dissolved into your beer. While not as complex as Carapils malt, for extract brewing some brewers prefer to use dextrin powder.  

Data Sheet
Returns
Shipping

McAfee Secure

CRAFTR Guarantee

Easy Returns

Free Shipping On Orders Over $39

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Have a Question?

Be the first to ask a question about this.

Ask a Question