Briess Maltoferm 10001 Organic Dry Malt Extract 1 LB

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Briess Maltoferm 1001 Organic Dry Malt Extract - 1 Pound
  • Organic Maltoferm 10001 DME is a dry, 100% pure malted barley extract made from Briess malts and water.
CBW stands for Concentrated Brewers Wort.

TYPICAL ANALYSIS
Solids ...............................................................97%
Fermentability.....................................................75%
FAN (syrup As-Is)...............................................4200
*Color (8º Plato) ................................................ 4.0º Lovibond

CARBOHYDRATE PROFILE (100g as-is) (Dry Basis)
Glucose...........................................13 ..............13%
Maltose............................................43 ..............48%
Maltotriose.......................................13 ....... ......14%
Higher Saccharides........................ ..17 ..............19%

INGREDIENTS
Briess Base Malt, Water

FLAVOR
Malty

USAGE INFORMATION
Desired O.G. Plato Lbs/Gal Lbs/Brl Color
1.02 5.1 0.45 13.9 3
1.03 7.5 0.66 20.6 4
1.04 10 0.89 27.7 5
1.05 12.3 1.11 34.4 6
1.06 14.7 1.34 41.5 7

CERTIFICATION
Kosher: UMK Pareve
Organic: USDA Organic

STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE
Store in a cool, dry location.
Product is hygroscopic.
Storing opened bags is not recommended.

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DME - the name says it all

It's DME; not much to say. Briess makes fine products. I've used Briess DME for extract brewing and yeast starters and it always works fine. If, like me, you BIAB, this can be a good way to boost the gravity of your beer when you're limited by vessel and decreasing mash efficiency with a large grain bill. I've switched to all grain, so I'll just use it for making yeast starters.

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