CaraBohemian

Type:
Caramel/Crystal Malt
Recipes:
1,725

Profile

CaraBohemian, a type of caramel/crystal malt grain with a black color, is widely used in the beer brewing industry. It adds unique and distinct flavors to beers, enhancing their overall taste profiles. The rich flavor profile of CaraBohemian includes notes of roasted caramel and dark chocolate, adding depth and complexity to the brews.

The use of CaraBohemian significantly influences the taste of beer by providing it with a smooth sweetness and subtle roasted undertones. The malt brings out a pleasant malty backbone while contributing a touch of bitterness that balances well with other ingredients in the brewing process. Due to its properties as a caramel/crystal malt, CaraBohemian helps create full-bodied beers with increased mouthfeel and improved foam stability.

CaraBohemian finds application in various beer styles such as stouts, porters, brown ales, or any recipe that requires roasty character or intense coloration. Its addition during mashing or steeping imparts desirable characteristics like enhanced aroma and sweet complexity to these styles. Whether it's an Imperial Stout showcasing deep coffee-like flavors or an American Brown Ale boasting rich chocolaty notes, brewers rely on CaraBohemian for its ability to elevate their creations into bold yet balanced beverages.

Characteristics

Color

181 < 199 < 269 EBC
68 < 75 < 102 °L

Amount

1.0 < 5.3 < 18.2 %

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