Adjuncts

  • Bitter Orange Peel

    Bitter Orange Peel

    Aurantium amarae pericarpium Also called "Curaçau orange peel", these green-gray peels are one of the most popular specialty herbs on the market. They are used commercially by domestic brewers to duplicate the beer styles that put Belgium on the brewing...

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  • Coriander Seed

    Coriander Seed

    Coriander has a spicy, slightly lemony aroma and flavor. Finely crush the seeds and add at the end of the boil for spiced beer and Belgian ales (particularly Witbier).

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  • Flaked Barley 1lb

    Flaked Barley 1lb

    Grainy taste and significantly increased head retention, creaminess, and body. Can make up to 20% of grist for classic dry Irish stouts.

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  • Flaked Corn (Maize) 1lb

    Flaked Corn (Maize) 1lb

    Pre-gelatinized, starch content contributes alcohol but little flavor. Imparts a roundness, sparkle and golden quality and makes a great addition to your light-style American Pilsners.

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  • Flaked Oats 1lb

    Flaked Oats 1lb

    Use up to 30% of grist total for a distinct full-bodied flavor and creamy texture.

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  • Flaked Rice 1lb

    Flaked Rice 1lb

    Lightens the body and increases crispness of a beer. Commonly used in American and Japanese lagers.

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  • Flaked Wheat 1 lb

    Flaked Wheat 1 lb

    Lovibond: 2 Contributes less color than wheat malt and increases foam and head retention. Use at as low as 8% of the grist

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  • Ginger Root

    Ginger Root

    Zingiber officinale The pungent taste of ginger is due to nonvolatile phenylpropanoid-derived components, particularly gingerols and shogaols, which form from gingerols when ginger is dried or cooked. Mature ginger roots are fibrous and nearly dry...

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  • Heather Tips

    Heather Tips

    Calluna vulgaris It is both the flowers and the greenery of this wonderful herb which impart a pleasing aroma and smooth bitterness to beers. It is especially appropriate for a Scotch ale known as Fraoch. With a flavor similar to a subtle chamomile/mint...

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  • Juniper Berries

    Juniper Berries

    Juniperus communis Usually known as the principal flavoring in gin, it is also used to flavor beer and other beverages. Native Americans have utilized juniper for its healing powers and to relieve arthritis. In folk lore, juniper planted outside a front...

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