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Toasted Pale Malt

What it does :

Toasted malt can be made at home by toasting pale malted barley for 10-15 minutes at 350 F. This malt is similar to Biscuit or Victory malt and adds a reddish-to-orange color and toasted flavor to your beer without adding sweetness. It also improves the body of your beer. This malt requires mashing to avoid adding haze to your brew.

What it is:

Toasted Pale Malt is a barley malt that is deep brown, or 25 Lovibond, in color. It has been lightly roasted after malting to develop a moderate color, flavor, and aroma.

Vital Statistics


Color (Lovibond):

25

Specific Gravity (SG):

1.038


Dosage:

Toasted Pale Malt can be up to 10 percent of your grist. Of course, the actual amount you need depends on the style of beer that you are making. Use our brewing calculators to compute the exact amount you need to achieve your specific original gravity and color targets.

Preparation:

To extract fermentable sugars from Toasted Pale Malt, you need to mash it with the base malts before boiling the resulting extract in the wort.

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Malt Extract Gravity and Color
Final Gravity Prediction
Brewing Process Efficiency
Grain Bill
Bottle Priming
Toasted Pale Malt