Buckwheat Malt

Other Malt


Buckwheat Malt, a type of other malt with a light color, has found its application in the world of beer brewing due to its unique flavor profile. It imparts flavors that can be described as nutty and earthy, adding depth and complexity to the final product. The inclusion of Buckwheat Malt influences the taste of beer by contributing a slightly roasted character without overpowering other ingredients.

This specialty malt is commonly used for enhancing gluten-free beers or introducing alternative grains into traditional recipes. Its properties include high enzyme content, which aids in fermentation and conversion during the brewing process. Additionally, it contributes to improved head retention and body in finished beers. Brewers often utilize Buckwheat Malt in various styles such as stouts, porters, Belgian ales, or even pale ales to add distinct nuances while maintaining balance within the overall flavor profile.



3 < 4 < 111 EBC
2 < 2 < 42 °L


1.6 < 12.5 < 100.0 %

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