Amber Malt per kg

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Please select if you would like your grain milled/cracked or left whole.
If you are purchasing multiple types of grain we assume they will be used in the same brew and will be mixed together. If you do not want your grain mixed please select “separate bag”.


Amber malt is a more toasted form of pale malt, kilned at temperatures of 150–160 °C, and is used in brown porter; older formulations of brown porter use amber malt as a base malt (though this was diastatic and produced in different conditions from a modern amber malt). Amber malt has a bitter flavor which mellows on aging, and can be quite intensely flavored; in addition to its use in porter, it also appears in a diverse range of British beer recipes. ASBC 50-70/EBC 100–140; amber malt has no diastatic power.

Our house amber malt is Joe White. It is a suitable substitute for Victory/Biscuit malt.