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Abbey Malt®

Produced from quality spring barley. High degree of modification of both proteins and starches. Excellent friability. Low beta-glucan values. Highly acidic. Highly malt-aromatic. Adds deep-amber to red-brown color, maltiness, body, and mouthfeel to finished beer. Promotes flavor stability.

Beer Style: Dubbel; Ale; Belgian-Style Abbey Ale; Belgian- and French-Style Ale; Belgian-Style Strong Specialty Ale; Belgian Specialty Beers; Belgian “Blonde” Beers; Belgian “Bruin” Beers; Festbiere; Belgian Amber Beers; Belgian Ales; Fruit Beers; Tripel;

Flavor: Intense malt aroma; notes of honey, nuts and chocolate.

Raw Material: Spring barley, Germany.

Ingredients: Barley, water.

 

Description

The following values are subject to harvest-specific variations. All analyses are performed by independent, certified laboratories according to MEBAK “Brew-Technical Analysis Methods.”

Parameter Minimum Maximum Unit
Moisture content 4.5 %
Extract (dry substance)  75 %
Color  40 50 EBC
Color  16 19 Lovibond

 

All of our products and packaging meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 and the HACCP (Hazard Analyses of Critical Control Points) food safety management system. They also conform to all applicable government food and health regulations that are currently in force. All of our products are in compliance with the German Beer Purity Law.

All Weyermann® products are in compliance with VO (EG) Nr. 1829/2003, 1830/2003, 49/2000, and 50/2000, and do not contain any genetically modified raw materials, ingredients, or additives.

All raw materials are meticulously tested for traces of pesticides, mycotoxins, and heavy metals, and meet the requirements of VO (EG) 165/2010 and 369/2005. The nitrosamine content of our malts is below allowable thresholds. In addition, our malts are tested regularly for N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).

Additional information

Brand

Product

All Malts

Country of origin

Germany

Type

Speciality Malts

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