Mild Ale Malt

Also known as: Mild Malt

Base Malt


Mild Ale Malt is a base malt with a golden color that brings a distinct flavor profile to beer brewing. Its mild and slightly sweet taste adds depth and complexity to the overall flavor of the beer. This malt imparts a rich malty character with hints of biscuit, bread crust, and caramel.

When used in brewing, Mild Ale Malt significantly influences the taste of beer by providing a malty backbone and enhancing its sweetness. It contributes to the overall balance of flavors by adding smoothness and roundness to the finished product.

Mild Ale Malt is commonly used as a base malt in various styles such as English Mild Ales, Bitters, Stouts, Porters, and even some Belgian beers. Its properties include good enzymatic activity for efficient conversion during mashing, excellent extract potential for achieving desired alcohol content, and high diastatic power for converting starches into fermentable sugars.



6 < 9 < 13 EBC
3 < 4 < 5 °L


2.3 < 37.2 < 100.0 %

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