Other Grains

Specialty grains in flaked form and rice hulls.


  1. Flaked Barley

    Flaked Barley, 1 lb.



    $2.59


    A brewing adjunct used to improve the head retention and body of a beer. Sold in 1 pound bags.

  2. Flaked Maize

    Flaked Maize



    $2.59


    A brewing adjunct used as an additional fermentable that doesn’t add much body to a beer. Often used in american lagers and cream ales, this can add a corn-like flavor that adds an extra dimension to lawnmower beers.


  3. Flaked Oats

    Flaked Oats



    $2.79


    A brewing adjunct that adds a sweet flavor that is complex, but not cloying. Commonly used in stouts, oats add a silkier, fuller mouthfeel and increases the body of a beer.


  4. Flaked Rice

    Flaked Rice, 1 lb.



    $2.89


    A brewing adjunct that adds fermentable sugars with a minimal impact on flavor. Commonly used in light American lagers, rice lightens the body and color of a beer when used instead of malt. Sold in 1 pound bags.


  5. Flaked Rye

    Flaked Rye, 1 lb.



    $2.49


    A brewing adjunct that adds a spicy grain flavor to beers. Often added to IPAs or wheat beers to create an extra flavor dynamic, rye also adds a mouth-coating texture to a finished brew. Sold in 1 pound bags.


  6. Flaked Wheat

    Flaked Wheat



    $2.49


    A brewing adjunct that adds body to a beer and improves head retention. Often used in farmhouse ales and Belgian wits, this product adds a wheat backbone that emphasizes the fuller, rounded mouthfeel to any style.


  7. Rice Hulls

    Rice Hulls, 1 lb.



    $2.59


    Rice hulls are used in all grain batches as a lautering aid when mashing wheat, rye or other husk-less grains. Used to prevent grist beds from compacting and restricting wort flow through the grain, which could reduce efficiency or lead to a stuck sparge. They are generally unnecessary when making beers from extracts. Has no flavor.


  8. Rice Hulls

    Rice Hulls, Sack



    $49.99


    Rice hulls are used in all grain batches as a lautering aid when mashing wheat, rye or other husk-less grains. Used to prevent grist beds from compacting and restricting wort flow through the grain, which could reduce efficiency or lead to a stuck sparge. They are generally unnecessary when making beers from extracts. Has no flavor.