Stout Malt

Base Malt


Stout Malt, a light-colored base malt used in beer brewing, adds distinct flavors and properties that greatly influence the taste of beer. Its flavor profile is characterized by subtle notes of roasted coffee, chocolate, and caramel. This lends a rich and malty sweetness to the brew, enhancing its complexity. Stout Malt is commonly utilized in darker beer styles such as stouts and porters due to its ability to impart deep color and robust flavors.

Apart from contributing unique tastes, Stout Malt also possesses specific properties that make it well-suited for certain brewing applications. With its enzymatic power and high diastatic potential, this grain efficiently converts starches into fermentable sugars during mashing. Additionally, it offers excellent extract yield which contributes to higher alcohol content in the finished product. Given these attributes along with its appealing flavor profile, Stout Malt serves as an essential ingredient in crafting flavorful beers like Irish dry stouts or classic American porters.



1 < 4 < 9 EBC
1 < 2 < 4 °L


4.6 < 62.9 < 100.0 %

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