Whole Grain by the Sack

Whole kernel grains. These supply the bulk of fermentable grains in most recipes. 50 and 55 pound sacks available for bulk purchases.

  1. 2-Row (Pale Malt), Sack


    Not to be confused with Pale Ale malt, this is a Clean, sweet and mildly malty base malt for all beer styles. Contributes light straw color. Malted in small batches, making it an excellent fit for small batch craft brewing.

  2. American Pale Ale, Sack


    Rich malt flavor, hints of biscuit and nutty flavors. Use as a rich malty 2-Row base malt. Contributes golden color. A fully modified, high extract, low protein malt. Sufficient enzymes to support the inclusion of the most demanding specialty malts without extending the brewing cycle.

  3. American Pilsen, Sack


    Clean, sweet, delicate malty flavor. Base malt for all beer styles. Very light color contribution. Lightest colored base malt available. Produces very light colored, clean, crisp wort. Excellent choice for lagers. Allows the full flavor of specialty malts to shine through.

  4. Aromatic, Sack


    A mildly kilned malt that will add a strong malt aroma and deep color when used as a specialty malt. This malt can make up to 100% of the grain bill, but it is fairly low in surplus diastatic enzymes.

  5. Belgian Pilsen, Sack


    Light in color and low in protein. Produced from the finest European two-row barley. Well modified and easily mashed with a single-temperature infusion. This is an excellent base grain for continental pilsners or trippels.

  6. Biscuit, Sack


    This toasted malt will provide a warm bread or biscuit flavor and aroma and lend a garnet-brown color. Used in many Amber or Brown ales to add a grainy malt complexity.

  7. Black Patent, Sack


    Color adjustment grain for all beer styles. Use with other roasted malts for stouts and porters or alone for mild flavored dark beers. Large additions will lend a dry ashen flavor.

  8. Bohemian Pils, Sack


    German pilsner malt. Makes an excellent base malt for continental pilsners, kolsch and many other German styles.

  9. CaraMunich (Belgian), Sack


    Also known as Cara 45. A medium-amber crystal malt that will impart a rich, caramel-sweet aroma and full flavor, as well as intense color.

  10. Carapils, Sack


    Use up to 5% for increased foam, improved head retention and enhanced mouthfeel in any beer style. No flavor.

  11. Caravienne, Sack


    Also known as Cara 20. A light crystal malt used by Belgian breweries in producing Abbey or Trappist style ales. Appropriate for any recipe that calls for crystal malt.

  12. Chocolate Malt (American), Sack


    Dark grain with rich, roasted, coffee flavor. Use in all beer styles for color adjustment. Use 1-10% for desired color in Porter and Stout. The rich roasted coffee, cocoa flavor is very complementary when used in higher percentages in Porters, Stouts, Brown Ales, and other dark beers.

  13. Crystal 10, Sack


    Grain with a candy-like sweetness and mild caramel notes.

  14. Crystal 120, Sack


    Grain with pronounced caramel flavors, slight burnt sugar, raisin and prune notes.

  15. Crystal 20, Sack


    Grain with candy-like sweetness and mild caramel flavors.

  16. Crystal 40, Sack


    Grain with sweet caramel and toffee flavors.

  17. Crystal 60, Sack


    Grain with sweet, pronounced caramel and toffee flavors.

  18. Crystal 80, Sack


    Grain with pronounced caramel, slight burnt sugar and raisin flavors.

  19. Golden Promise, Sack


    A classic pale malt from the UK. Historically the Scottish analog to English Maris-Otter malts, Golden Promise is well used in any English or Scottish style ale. The sweet, robust malt flavor of Golden Promise has also made it a choice base malt for American IPAs and lagers.

  20. Honey Malt, Sack


    Really doesn’t compare to any other malt with its honey-like taste and residual sweetness. Well suited for belgian ales, holiday ales, brown ales, porters, and stouts.