Malt Substitution Chart

Every maltster has their own terminology. We try to use consistent names for all malts we stock to make it easier to pick. We’ve created a chart of brand equivalents to help you pick the right grains when recipes use specific brand names. Don’t be fooled, “Caramunich” is just the name Weyermann give their medium crystal malts!

The Hop + Grain Briess (USA) Muntons (UK) Weyerman
Pilsener 2-Row Pale Lager
Premium Pilsner
Pale Pale Ale Pale Ale Pale Ale
Maris Otter
Golden Promise
Maris Otter Blend
Vienna Ashburne, Vienna Mild Ale Vienna
Munich Bonlander Munich I
Dark Munich Munich 10 Munich II
Amber Victory Amber Malt
Melanoidin Melanoidin
Cara-Pils Carapils (Dextrine) Carapils CaraPils
Crystal 10 CaraHell (8-12L)
CaraBelge (11.8-13.7L)
Caramalt Crystal 20 Caramalt (22-43L) CaraRed (16-23L)
CaraAmber (23-31L)
Crystal 30 CaraMunich I (31-38L)
Light Crystal Crystal 40 CaraMunich II
Crystal Crystal 60 CaraMunich III
Crystal 80 CaraBohemian (64-83L)
Crystal Dark Crystal 90
Crystal 120 Dark Crystal CaraAroma (115-150L)
Brown Malt Special Roast
Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate
Black/Roasted Malt Black Patent Black Malt
Roasted Barley Roasted Barley Roasted Barley Roasted Barley
Roasted Wheat Midnight Wheat Chocolate Wheat
Wheat Wheat Wheat
Wheat Crystal Carawheat
Rye Rye Malt Rye Malt
Acidulated Malt Acidulated Malt
Peated Malt Smoked Malt
Torrefied Wheat
Rolled Oats
Rolled Wheat
Rolled Barley