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Great Western Malting White Wheat Malt

Great Western Malting White Wheat Malt

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Description

3.1L Great Western - A very light colored Wheat malt. The great thing about this malt is that the kernels are big (unlike some other varieties of Wheat so you do not have to readjust your mill from the standard 2-row setting.

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Great Western Malting Company

LOT: 367
TYPE: Premium Wheat Malt

Updated 12/2/2005

% Assortment

7/64" 51.8
6/64" 38.1
5/64" 9.5
Thru 5/64' .6

Chemical Analysis

Moisture, % 4.5
Extract %, finely ground rnalt, as is 82.4
Extrad %, finely ground malt, dry basis 86.3
Extract %, coarsley ground malt, as is 81.5
Extract �/o, coarsley ground mall, dry basis 85.3
F/C Difference % 3.75
Color, laboratory Wort, degrees Lovibond 3.73
Viscosity 1.73
Beta Glucan, ppm 57
Diaslatic Power 188
Alpha Amylase(DU) 41.0
Total Soluble Protein %, dry basis 6.54
Total Protein %, dry basis 11.95
S/T Ratio % 54.7
Conversion, minutes 5-7
Aroma of Mash Aromatic
Filtration Time Normal
Clarity of Wort 24

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Great for a Wheat beer!
David R on Oct 20, 2020
Great price with quick and easy shipping!
Justin H on Oct 1, 2020
Great for a Wheat beer!
David R on Oct 20, 2020
berliner
Clayton M on Oct 20, 2020
Great price with quick and easy shipping!
Justin H on Oct 1, 2020
head retention for ipa
Craig D on Sep 29, 2020
Working towards a 10% abv without a lot of sweetnesses
Joseph C on Sep 26, 2020
clear & clean
michael r on Sep 23, 2020
I tend to like a little wheat in my beers.
JSM on Sep 18, 2020
This is what the recipe called for
Craig M M on Sep 12, 2020
White IPA recipe
Adam S on Aug 26, 2020
To make beer
Kyle B on Aug 17, 2020
cloning
Ross J B on Aug 7, 2020
Because recipe calls for wheat and there wasn't an easy option for 4lbs :)
Joe M on Jul 22, 2020
Because recipe calls for wheat and there wasn't an easy option for 4lbs :)
Joe M on Jul 22, 2020
for Belgian ale and witbier recipes
James Sheppard on Jul 20, 2020
Because I couldn't order the exact amount I wanted
James L on Jul 13, 2020
For IPA
Loren R on Jul 8, 2020
Excellent base malt for wheat beers
Michael V on Jul 7, 2020
Description and price
Robert S on Jun 26, 2020
Want to make some Vacant Gesture pale ale - just needed this to complete the recipe!
JC on Jun 22, 2020
I wanted a grain with high protein to increase mouthfeel in an NEIPA and provide some haze
Anthony M R on Jun 19, 2020
Brewing a wheat ipa
david johnson on Jun 18, 2020
For hefeweizen
Adam S on Jun 18, 2020
great malt
Valued C on Jun 10, 2020
great malt
Valued C on Jun 10, 2020
experimental brew day
Chris on Jun 4, 2020
Saison
VINCENT B on Jun 3, 2020
for an american wheat
Patrick W on May 30, 2020
adds body
Patrick G on May 29, 2020
Brewing beer with different recipes
Michael C on May 21, 2020
Needed for upcoming NEIPA brew. Supposedly crushes well, to avoid stuck sparges. We shall hope and see!
JOHN DUNLOP on May 20, 2020
Hefenweizen
Roberto Reyes G on May 16, 2020
Barley wine
Kelliher C on May 12, 2020
Staple
Nathan C on May 11, 2020
a recipe called for it
Jody K on May 8, 2020
It's what the recipe called for
Russell P on May 8, 2020
ON HAND
John K. on May 4, 2020
Good deal
Scott S on May 1, 2020
golden ale attempt
Vince on Apr 28, 2020
head-retention in Kolsch, APA, and IPA
Curtis A on Apr 17, 2020
It was available
Scott J on Apr 17, 2020
I need it for 2 recipes
Michael D. M on Apr 12, 2020
For a recipe
Micah H on Apr 11, 2020
Trying something new and this was one of the top search results. Professional site and ease of use a plus
Sherri B on Apr 10, 2020
Love the thick, robust head it helps provide in about 5% of the grist.
Gabriel David Kehner on Apr 8, 2020
For use in a wide variety of recipes
Jared L on Apr 8, 2020
covid19, no mill at home
Valued C on Apr 8, 2020
Want to make a big wheat beer
Phillip M on Apr 4, 2020
making a light and crisp IPA
Bryan m on Mar 28, 2020
Recipe
John H on Mar 27, 2020
making a sour
Scott F on Mar 24, 2020
berliner
Clayton M on Oct 20, 2020
head retention for ipa
Craig D on Sep 29, 2020
Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
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fantastic malt to use for head retention
This malt doesn't add a ton of color - but definitely body and flavor. It's great at this price, but I wouldn't pay more than 2 row prices for it.
October 27, 2020
Purchased
10 months ago
First time using it and love it
I have used other brands of white wheat, but was very impressed with Great Western. Conversion was better than other white wheat used in the past. Will definitely buy again!
May 26, 2020
Purchased
6 months ago
Substituted this for Briess White Wheat Malt in a Weissbier/German Hefeweizen, finished beer came out great. Excellent head retention and flavor.
Weissbier
Weissbier
May 15, 2020
Purchased
7 months ago
Western Wheat
Best GRAINS ever bought from More beer
December 9, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Great!
Good malts and I really like having them milled and sealed in a plastic bag!
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Added May 10, 2018
May 10, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
tasty and convenient
Size grinds perfectly with barley, no need to change settings on my mill. Several brews with these have turned out great too.
January 28, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Good head.
i use this for a good foamy head and mouth feel.
May 27, 2015
Great Product
A must for American Wheat Beers.
May 6, 2015
Slightly smaller kernels?
I like the taste and head retention qualities of this product but lately it seems to be smaller than my base grain and I had to tighten the gap on my mill to keep my crush correct.
May 6, 2015
Makes Terrific Beers
I've done quite a number of batches using GW White Wheat Malt, for both wheat ales and for head retention. It gives a nice, light body when used at 20% or more, and yields a visually pleasing head when used at 4%. Lately, though, the kernels seem to be smaller than barley malt and I have found that I have to mill them finer than I normally would to maintain mash efficiency. Milling them separately, you quickly find out how much harder the kernels are than barley--my arm tired much quicker. It's worth the effort.
May 30, 2014