Base Malts

EMEA - Malt 2 - Contact Us

Please complete the form below and a Cargill representative will contact you shortly.
Contact Information






















Need assistance with this form?

Contact Us

Base malt is the core used in the production of beer, and comes in all degrees of modification and levels of enzyme.  Produced from premium 2-row or 6-row malting barley varieties, our base malts provide the foundation for which your beer builds its flavor.  Our five product offerings for base malt can be seen below, with the broad specifications that each falls into, but each can be made to match customer specifications.


Cargill 2 Row Belgian Style
 

Moisture
%

Extract dm
%

Color
(EBC)

Boiled Color
(EBC)

Kolbach
Index (%)

Beta glucan
(mg / l)

FAN
(mg / l)

H45
(%)

Visco
(cp)

Diastatic
Power (WK)

Max 5.0% Min 81% Max 4.0 Max 5.8 36 - 42 <200 100 - 140   Max 1.58 >250

 


Cargill 2 Row German Style
 

Moisture
%

Extract dm
%

Color
(EBC)

Boiled Color
(EBC)

Kolbach
Index (%)

Beta glucan
(mg / l)

FAN
(mg / l)

H45
(%)

Visco
(cp)

Diastatic
Power (WK)

Max 5.0% Min 81% Max 4.0 Max 6.5 38 - 44 <150 130 - 160 >36 Max 1.58 >200

 


Cargill 2 Row Adjunct
 

Moisture
%

Extract dm
%

Color
(EBC)

Boiled Color
(EBC)

Kolbach
Index (%)

Beta glucan
(mg / l)

FAN
(mg / l)

H45
(%)

Visco
(cp)

Diastatic
Power (WK)

Max 5.0% Min 81% Max 4.5 Max 7.5 42 - 48 <150 160 - 200   Max 1.58 >250

 


Cargill 6 Row Belgian Style
 

Moisture
%

Extract dm
%

Color
(EBC)

Boiled Color
(EBC)

Kolbach
Index (%)

Beta glucan
(mg / l)

FAN
(mg / l)

H45
(%)

Visco
(cp)

Diastatic
Power (WK)

Max 5.0% Min 79.5% Max 4.0 Max 5.8 36 - 42 <250 110 - 140   Max 1.65 >300

 


Cargill 6 Row Adjunct
 

Moisture
%

Extract dm
%

Color
(EBC)

Boiled Color
(EBC)

Kolbach
Index (%)

Beta glucan
(mg / l)

FAN
(mg / l)

H45
(%)

Visco
(cp)

Diastatic
Power (WK)

Max 5.0% Min 79.5% Max 4.0 Max 7.5 42 - 48 <200 150 - 200   Max 1.62 >350

 

Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.