Vienna Malt | Whole Bag | Crisp | 25 kg
Whole bag UNCRUSHED malt - Vienna Malt from Crisp Malting is made from English 2-row spring barley and is kilned to a slightly higher temperature than Best Ale Malt. The result is a golden hues wort with a sweet, bread like aroma and flavour. Since it is conventionally kilned malt, Vienna can be used as a base. | Color: °EBC 8
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Vienna Malt from Crisp Malting is made from English 2-row spring barley and is kilned to a slightly higher temperature than Best Ale Malt. The result is a golden hues wort with a sweet, bread like aroma and flavour. Since it is conventionally kilned malt, Vienna can be used as a base.
BEER STYLES: Vienna Lager, Altbier, Kellerbier, Kölsch, etc
RECOMMENDED USAGE LEVELS:
- up to 100%
|Manufacturer||Crisp Malting Group|
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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.