CaraMunich II

Caramel/Crystal Malt


CaraMunich II is a caramel/crystal malt grain that adds depth and richness to beer brewing. With its dark black color, it contributes to the appearance of the final product while also influencing the taste profile. This grain imparts a sweet malty flavor with hints of caramel and toffee, making it ideal for adding complexity and sweetness to various beer styles.

The use of CaraMunich II in brewing helps enhance the overall taste experience by providing a smooth sweetness and rich mouthfeel. It adds notes of toasted bread, biscuit, and subtle roasted flavors that create a well-rounded balance in beers. Its properties include high levels of unfermentable sugars which contribute to increased body and head retention in the finished brew.

CaraMunich II is commonly used in darker beer styles such as Munich Dunkel, Bock, Oktoberfest/Märzen, Scottish Ales, Stouts, Porters,and Brown Ales due to its ability to bring out deep flavors and add fullness to these beers' profiles. By incorporating this malt into their recipes, brewers can achieve a desirable level of complexity without overwhelming other ingredients or elements within their creations



119 < 121 < 167 EBC
45 < 46 < 63 °L


1.2 < 5.6 < 22.2 %

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