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Midnight Wheat Malt - Briess (1 lb)
Midnight Wheat Malt Grain for Homebrewing
 
Midnight Wheat Malt. An intensely dark coloured wheat malt with exceptional subtle and smooth flavours. Add smooth and mild roast/chocolate flavours to a beer without the bitterness or harshness. Contributes the same color characteristics as Black Malt but without the bitter, astringent, dry flavors or aftertaste. Starts slightly sweet. Can be used for both color and flavour in darker colored beer styles.

1-2% - Minor color adjustment with little to no flavor impact in lighter colored lagers and ales.
2-5% - Adds color with subtle, smooth flavor in Black IPAs, Dark Mild Ales, Brown Ales, Dark Wheat Beers, and Schwarzbier
5-10% - Use in larger quantities for color plus mild, smooth roasted/chocolate/coffee flavors to dark ales, Porters, and Stouts.
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Midnight Wheat Malt - Briess (1 lb)


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
black IPA December 23, 2013
Reviewer: Fred Clark from Coldwater, ON Canada  
Used this in a Black IPA at 7% added color without a noticeable roasted, bitter flavor or aroma

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Dunkelweizen addition November 28, 2013
Reviewer: Mat Forsyth from Amherstburg, ON Canada  
This is a great addition to any dunkelweizen you brew. I used about 15% of total grist and got a nice subtle smooth chocolate flavour from it. Would definitely use again in experimental brews or traditional wheat ales with a twist

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a little goes a long way August 31, 2013
Reviewer: Matt Bryenton from Charlottetown, PE Canada  
Tossing a little into your grist is a great way to add some color to your beer without imparting any astringent roasted flavor.  Great for black lagers or IPS's.

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Make sure you check %s August 15, 2013
Reviewer: Scott Bauldry from Cambridge, ON Canada  
I tried to make a black IPA, but used almost 10%.  Ended up with a roasty beer, almost a mild flavoured stout.  2nd go worked much better using 2%, the colour I wanted with almost no taste.

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