Another fine product from Avangard Malz, Germany's largest malster! This German light munich malt undergoes higher kilning temperatures than pale malt. The resulting malt will lend a full, malty flavor and aroma, and an orange-amber color. While it does not have as much diastatic power as other base malts, such as pilsner and pale malts, it does nonetheless usually have enough diastatic power to convert itself. Light Munich malt can thus be used as a base, but is often used in conjunction with another base malt in order to add more rich maltiness to a beer. Light Munich is slightly darker than Vienna and has a wide range of applications in a number of different beer styles.
|Color: ||7 - 10L|
|Diastatic Power: ||72|
|Usage: ||typically 10 to 20%, up to 60%|
|Country of Origin: ||Germany|