Brown Malt

Specialty Malt 

brown malt

Brown malt is a type of malted barley that undergoes a roasting process at high temperatures. This specialty malt is darker than amber malt, and less dark than chocolate malt. Brown malt has a rich history dating back to the early days of brewing, where it found its roots as a key ingredient in traditional beer recipes such as porters and brown ales. It is revered for its toasty and nutty character. 

traditional usage
Porters, Stouts, Brown Ales, Mild Ales
roast level
210°C to 232°C
flavour profile
Toasty, biscuit, nutty, malty
Full and creamy.

uses brown malt