Avangard Pale Malt
Outstanding German pale base malt. Typical color is 2L. Clean, sweet flavor with nice body, suitable as a base for most beer styles. For full malt specs, click here.
Beechwood Smoked Malt
This smoked malt from Swaen is a traditional "rauchmalt" as used in German smoked beers. Smoke character is smooth and woody, without being earthy or ashy. May be used up to 100% Color 2.8L. Full spec sheet here.
Belgian Dark Candi Sugar (1 lb.)
Boosts alcohol; found in Dubbels, Bruins.
Belgian Light Candi Sugar (1 lb.)
Boosts alcohol; found in Saisons, Trippels
Bitter Orange Peel (1oz)
Aurantium amarae pericarpium Also called "Curaçau orange peel", these green-gray peels are one of the most popular specialty herbs on the market. They are used commercially by domestic brewers to duplicate the beer styles that put Belgium on the brewing map. While not very bitter, they are a key ingredient in Belgian style white beers.
Bloody Butcher corn- unmalted
A red "old school" variety hailing from Virginia that was popular in whiskey production during the 19th century. It is making a resurgence for good reason. Its unique flavor profile contributes a fruity and spicy character, somewhat reminiscent of chai. This product comes milled.
Blue Hoppi corn- unmalted
Want to try something truly unique? Give this blue corn, which is native to the American southwest, a try. Blue Hoppi produces a very smooth spirit and makes an excellent bourbon. Consider this corn when utilizing a rapid aging process. This product comes milled.
Brewer's Best Equipment Kit
6.5 gallon Fermenting Bucket and Lid, Bottling Bucket with Spigot, Bottle brush, Bottle Capper, Auto-siphon, Hydrometer, Airlock, Basic Brewing Text, Pack of Cleaner, and Fermenter Thermometer. Fully-scalable as you grow and develop as a brewer. Things not included that you'll need: Large pot to boil in (called a kettle in the brewing world), a...
Briess 2-row American brewers malt. Typical color 1.8L. Mildly malty sweet, less grainy, slightly grassy base malt suitable for most beer styles, especially North American styles.-DP 140. For full malt analysis, click here.
Briess Dry Malt Extracts
Dry malt extract is great to use for extract-based beer brewing or for gravity adjustments in all-grain brewing if you miss your target gravity. Due to the minimal moisture content of dry malt, it is less prone to oxidation than liquid malt extracts; the result is truer color and flavor. Dry malt is also used for making yeast starters, and we ha...
Briess Special Roast
Flavor contributions: toasty, biscuity, sourdough, tangy. Briess special roast provides a deep golden to brown color for ales. Typical Color L: 50 Not to be confused with Special B. Full spec sheet here.
Briess Two-Row Malt (USA) (50 lb)
1.8L Base malt suitable for most beer styles.