Maple Syrup



Maple Syrup is a versatile ingredient that adds a unique flavor profile to beer brewing. It imparts a rich, sweet taste with hints of caramel and toffee, enhancing the complexity of the brew. The distinct flavors from the syrup can range from subtle undertones in lighter beers to more prominent notes in darker and heavier styles.

Influencing both aroma and taste, Maple Syrup is primarily used as an adjunct or flavoring agent in beer production. Its natural sweetness helps balance out bitterness while adding depth and richness to the overall flavor profile. The properties of Maple Syrup also contribute to improved mouthfeel, giving the beer a smooth and velvety texture.

Beer styles that are typically brewed with Maple Syrup include stouts, porters, brown ales, barleywines, and even some Belgian-style beers. These styles benefit from its robust sweetness and complement it well with their malty backbone. As a sugar source during fermentation or added post-fermentation for enhanced character, Maple Syrup brings an enticing twist to these already complex brews.



69 < 92 < 92 EBC
26 < 35 < 35 °L


1.2 < 7.0 < 46.6 %

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