Torrified Wheat Malt

Unmalted Adjunct


Torrified Wheat Malt is a grain used in beer brewing that adds unique flavors and properties to the final product. It has a distinct flavor profile characterized by biscuity, nutty, and toasted notes. When added to beer recipes, it imparts these flavors into the brew, contributing to its overall taste.

Aside from influencing the flavor of beer, Torrified Wheat Malt also enhances its mouthfeel and head retention. This makes it an excellent addition for improving body and texture in various styles of beers. Breweries often use Torrified Wheat Malt in their recipes for light-bodied beers such as pale ales, wheat beers, hefeweizens or Belgian witbiers due to its light color.



1 < 4 < 4 EBC
1 < 2 < 2 °L


1.4 < 6.5 < 41.7 %

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