Roasted Malts North America

Roasted Malts

Adding bittersweet notes and darker colors

From chocolate to rich black colors and nutty to burnt-coffee flavors, you can make your dark specialty beers, ales, stouts, and bocks a sensory joy with our roasted portfolio. Our offering includes roasted malt, roasted barley and roasted wheat, and comes in varying color and flavor profiles.

Roasted Malt

malt78Dingemans Chocolate (Mout Roost 900)

Dingemans Chocolate malt is a relatively high nitrogen malt that is roasted at high temperatures and then rapidly cooled when the desired color is achieved. "Chocolate" refers primarily to the malt's color, not its flavor. This malt will lend various levels of aroma, a deep red color, and a nutty/roasted taste, depending on the amount used.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
300.0 - 380.0 Dark specialty beers, stouts, dark ales, bock Belgium Download

malt79Dingemans De-Bittered Black (Mout Roost 1400)

The malt gives an smoky/burnt flavor to dark beers. Using an exclusive evaporative process, Dingemans De-Bittered Black malt will contribute a smoother flavor.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
500.0 - 600.0 Dark specialty beers, stouts, dark ales, bock Belgium Download

malt78Pauls Chocolate

Pauls Chocolate malt is prepared from a low-modified Pilsen type of malt in a revolving roasting drum. As a result of this roasting process, the enzymes are completely destroyed and dark, roasted colors are formed. Chocolate malt is used in dark ales and stouts to improve both color and flavor.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
415.0 - 490.0 Dark ales and stouts United Kingdom Download

malt79Pauls Black

Pauls Black malt starts with a low-modified Pilsen malt. The main process difference between black and chocolate malt is in roasting time and temperature. Black malt is used in stouts to improve flavor and color.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
510.0 - 585.0 Stouts United Kingdom Download

malt77Warminster Brown

Unlike crystal, brown malt is drier and coffee-like. Good for brown ales and sweet stouts.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
35.0 - 50.0 Dark ales and stouts United Kingdom Download

malt79Warminster Chocolate

Warminster Chocolate is used in dark ales and stouts to improve both color and flavor.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
450.0 - 550.0 Dark ales and stouts United Kingdom Download

Roasted Barley

malt79Dingemans De-Husked Roasted Barley

Dingemans De-Husked Roasted Barley gives a smoky/burnt flavor to dark beers. Starting from peeled barley, it will contribute a softer, less astringent flavor than traditional roasted barley.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
500.0 - 600.0 Dark specialty beers, stouts, dark ales, boc Belgium Download

malt79Pauls Roasted Barley

Pauls Roasted Barley starts with good quality malting barley of even size. The roasting process is similar to that of black malt, with extra care taken to not char the grain. Roasted barley will impart a dry flavor and substantial color.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
600.0 - 680.0 Darkest ales, stouts, porters United Kingdom Download

malt79Warminster Roasted Barley

Warminster Roasted Barley starts with a good quality malting barley. The roasting process is similar to that of black malt, with extra care taken to not char the grain. Roasted barley will impart a dry flavor and substantial color.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
550.0 - 680.0 Darkest ales, stouts, porters United Kingdom Download

Roasted Wheat

malt70Dingemans Roasted Wheat

Dingemans Roasted Wheat is a slightly roasted wheat that will lend nutty, bread-like flavors.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
10.0 - 14.0 Dark specialty beers, stouts, dark ales, bock Belgium Download

malt79Meussdoerffer Black Wheat

This dark, aromatic malt is used for coloring and improving body and aroma of dark beers.

Color (ASBC °L) Style Origin Specifications
500.0 - 650.0 Pilsner, light lagers Germany Download

 

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