Château Vienna

Belgian Vienna base malt. Lightly kilned at up to 185 – 194º F with shorter “cure” duration
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Belgian Vienna base malt. Lightly kilned at up to 185 – 194º F with shorter “cure” duration

Imparts a richer flavour of malt and grain than Pilsen malt and adds subtle aromas of caramel and toffee. Château Vienna malt is kilned at slightly higher temperatures than Pilsen Malt. As a result Château Vienna malt gives a deeper golden colour to the beer increasing at the same time its body and fullness. Due to the higher kilning temperature, the enzyme activity of Château Vienna malt is slightly lower than that of Pilsen Malt. Nevertheless, our Château Vienna malt has a sufficient enzymatic activity to be used in combination with large proportion of specialty malts.

Suitable for all beer styles, in particular, Vienna lager.

*Limited availability at certain warehouse locations

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Belgian Vienna base malt. Lightly kilned at up to 185 – 194º F with shorter “cure” duration

Imparts a richer flavour of malt and grain than Pilsen malt and adds subtle aromas of caramel and toffee. Château Vienna malt is kilned at slightly higher temperatures than Pilsen Malt. As a result Château Vienna malt gives a deeper golden colour to the beer increasing at the same time its body and fullness. Due to the higher kilning temperature, the enzyme activity of Château Vienna malt is slightly lower than that of Pilsen Malt. Nevertheless, our Château Vienna malt has a sufficient enzymatic activity to be used in combination with large proportion of specialty malts.

Suitable for all beer styles, in particular, Vienna lager.

*Limited availability at certain warehouse locations

Product Information Sheet

Products specifications
Colour °L 2.1 - 3.2
Protein Total 11.5
Moisture % Max 4.5%
Extract FG Min 80.0
Usage Rate 80.0
Products specifications
Colour °L 2.1 - 3.2
Protein Total 11.5
Moisture % Max 4.5%
Extract FG Min 80.0
Usage Rate 80.0
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