A Home Brewing Malts Guide

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CaraFoam
UK Pilsner 2-Row
Malted Oats

Mashed
Or Steeped

Steep
Mash
Steep

2-Row Malt
6-Row Malt
Golden Promise
Belgian Pilsner 2-Row
German Pilsner 2-Row
Lager Malt
Belgian Wheat
German Wheat
White Wheat
CaraPils
Dextrine Malt
Mash
Mash
Mash
Mash
Mash
Mash
Mash
Mash
Mash
Steep
Steep
Acid Malt
Peated Malt
Maris Otter
Optic
Mash
Steep
Mash
Mash
Briess Pale Ale Malt
English Mild
Vienna Malt
Mash
Mash
Mash
Toasted Malt Steep
Dark Wheat
Munich Malt
Smoked Malt
Mash
Mash
Mash
Crystal 10
Munich 10
Steep
Mash
Carastan 15 Steep
Crystal 20
Munich 20
CaraRed
Melanoidin Malt
Steep
Mash
Steep
Steep
Amber Malt
CaraVienna
Mash
Steep
Belgian Biscuit Malt
Brumalt
Mash
Mash
Gambrinus Honey Malt Mash
Belgian Aromatic Mash
Victory Malt Steep
Crystal 30 Steep
Carastan 35 Steep
Crystal 40 Steep
Caramel Wheat Malt Steep
Special Roast Steep
CaraMunich Steep
Crystal 60 Steep
Brown Malt Mash
Crystal 80 Steep
Crystal 90 Steep
Crystal 120 Steep
CaraAroma Steep
Crystal 150 Steep
Special B Steep
Chocolate Rye Malt Steep
Roasted Barley Steep
Carafa I Steep
Chocolate Malt Steep
Chocolate Wheat Malt Steep
Carafa II Steep
Black Patent Malt Steep
Black Barley Steep
Carafa III Steep

Getting to know the malts used in home brewing is possibly the most important step you will take if you want to create your own recipes or clone existing ones.

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