Whether you're looking for a light smoke taste or a heavy smoke taste, Briess Cherrywood Smoked Malt allows you to decide. In lighter styles at under 20%, Briess Cherrywood Smoked Malt provides a light smoke flavor. Anymore than that though (up to 60%) and you have a German Rauchbier on your hands provided you stay within the style guidelines. Akin to the peat smoked malt's used in English and Scottish styles, use this small batch smoked malt to add complexity and of course a smoke quality to your finished beer.
- Malt Type: Specialty
- Grain Origin: North America
- Wort Color: 5 °Lovibond (10 EBC)
- Protein: 12.0%
- Moisture: 6.0% max.
- Extract (dry): 80.5% min.
- Diastatic Power: 140 °Lintner
- Usage: 60% max.
- English Ales
- Scottish Ales
Nice and smoky profile. Used it as 15% of the grain bill to add subtle smoky character to a porter.