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Simpsons Golden Naked Oats™
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Simpsons Golden Naked Oats™

Item #: 930-11
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Rated 5.0 out of 5, based on 1 review
Availability: In Stock
$2.79 per lb.

Delicate, rich and velvety, golden naked oats lend a beautiful, complex nuttiness and smoothness to beers.

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Another staff favorite! Golden naked oats from Simpsons, are a huskless oat crystal malt from one of the U.K.'s most prominent maltsters. Golden naked oats have a sweet nutty flavor and aroma that transfers wonderfully into beers. It has been known to give a rich, creamy head to beers, as well as a satin smoothness and body. These can be used in a range of beers styles. While commonly used in stouts, they can also be used in almost any beer style to give a creamy smoothness and nuttiness. We have heard of people using golden naked oats in many different beer styles, including porters, pale ales, bitters, milds...the list goes on! Try them in just about anything you care to brew. There is no other grain on the market that compares to golden naked oats!

Grain Specifications

Color: 4.3 - 8.1%L
Protein: 11.7
Moisture: 0.06
Extract: 0.71
Usage: 1 to 10%
Country of Origin: U.K.


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Simpson's Golden Naked Oats is one of my secret weapons for darker beers, but can really go well in any beer style. This unique malt adds a beautiful creaminess and seems to aid in head retention as well. These characteristics tend to work incredibly well in stouts, porters and brown ales. It gives these beers an added edge, which is why I sneak them into these recipes (as a secret weapon).
Feb 10, 2015  |  By Wes