Home Brew Stuff is offering free shipping on most orders of $59 or more. That includes… full sacks of.
Note: Each product page prices malt by the lb. Just add 50 lbs to your cart for a full bag. That means 2 Row and Pale Malt are $66 per bag shipped. Maris Otter is $75 and Much is $71.
As long as you’re above $59 you’ll get free shipping on grain. That means you can get 1/2 bag of 2 Row and 1/2 Bag of Maris Otter and your order ships for free and you’re paying the same rate as full bag per lb price.
This includes, but is not limited to…
2 Row – 1.8L Great Western. A great base malt that can be used in single infusion mashes. Provides for a soft malt character in the finished beer. Used by a majority of the West Coast microbreweries as their base malt for multiple styles. This malt is also the first substitute for someone looking for 6-row malt.
Northwest Pale Malt – 2.6-3.0°L A slightly darker base malt than our Premium 2-Row, our Northwest Pale Ale Malt is produced from well-modified, Western-grown 2-Row barley, with a kilning regimen based closely on traditional British Pale Ale malting practices. Contributes a malty complexity to beer flavor and aroma. Excellent in American Pale Ales and American versions of British beer styles.
Crisp Malting Maris Otter – 3.5-4.5°L Maris Otter is an English 2-row varietal barley introduced in 1966 that was developed specifically to produce high quality malt for the production of ale. Its low nitrogen content, uniformly plump kernels, and robust husk has made it a favorite among English brewers for its reliable and forgiving brewhouse performance, and, most notably, because of the unique Maris Otter flavor it adds to the beer which may be absent in modern barley varieties grown for yield and ease of agricultural production. This fine base malt will easily convert with a single infusion mash, and produce an orange tinged golden wort with a unique rich, slightly nutty flavor. An excellent malt for any English style beer.
Munich – 8-10°L Great Western Munich malts are produced in the traditional European manner, using selected higher-protein 2-Row barleys, malted to achieve high levels of protein solubilization and color formation. Munich Malt can be used as a base malt for bock beer and doppelbock. Used in smaller quantities in Dunkel Lagers, IPAs, Ambers, and wherever increased malt flavor and aromas are desired, but without introducing caramel/crystal flavors. Can be used at 20%-70% percent of the grist.
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