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Low Colour Chocolate Malt

Crisp Malting Group


Short or passed Best Before Date.


  • In Stock: 74 kg
29 kr/kg ( -51% )
14 kr/kg
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Light version of Chocolate Malt.

Coffee and chocolate aroma. Flavors dominating are hard swedish bread and raw cacao.

Mostly used in stout, porter and brown ales.

Suggested usage levels : 5-15%

European-style dark Munich Malt | Color: °EBC 40
Type Roasted
Manufacturer Crisp Malting Group
°EBC 550
°L 207
Country Great Britain
Grain BARLEY
Best before Unmilled malt 12 months. Crushed malt 6 months from packing date

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Crisp Malting Groups story started 1870 when Frederick and his brother George Smith owned a grain mill and 288 acres in Little Ryburgh. They expanded by purchasing land in East Dereham and Wells before deciding to enter into malting. They set up a Malthouse in Dereham.