Part of Weyermann's Terrior malt line, Weyermann Oak Smoked Wheat Malt is a heritage wheat. That basically means it's super old and has been used a really long time. Germany and Poland both use if for what's called a Grodziskie (Grätzer beer) or similar styles. With a fine smoked aroma and taste, it can also be used in European Wheat Ales.
- Malt Type: Specialty
- Grain Origin: Germany
- Wort Color: 2.1-2.8 °Lovibond (4.0-6.0 EBC)
- Protein: 10.5-13.5%
- Moisture: 5.5% max.
- Extract (dry): 81.0% min.
- Diastatic Power: 62 °Lintner min.
- Usage: 80% max.
- European Wheat Ales
- Grodziskie (Grätzer beer)
This made a delightful clear summer beer. The smokiness is subtle. I only used 75% of the smoked wheat. Next year I will use 100% in the grain bill. I used Kolsch yeast, and the FG went down to 1.003.