Caramel/Crystal Malt


CaraHell is a caramel/crystal malt with a dark color that is commonly used in beer brewing. It adds a unique flavor profile to the beer, characterized by its malty sweetness and hints of caramel. This malt has a significant influence on the taste of beer, enhancing its body and providing a smooth and rich mouthfeel.

CaraHell is primarily used for adding complexity and depth to various beer styles. It helps to balance out the bitterness from hops and provides a touch of sweetness to the final product. Additionally, this grain contributes to the beer's aroma, lending it a slightly toasted or biscuity note. Its properties include improving head retention, enhancing foam stability, and contributing to the overall appearance of the beer.

Typical beer styles brewed with CaraHell include amber ales, Märzen/Oktoberfest beers, brown ales, and Scottish ales. These styles benefit from CaraHell's ability to add color, body, and sweetness without overpowering other flavors in the beer.



15 < 49 < 265 EBC
6 < 19 < 100 °L


1.5 < 6.2 < 24.1 %

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