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What is Malt?
Malt- A grain when soaked in water and then dried in a hot oven produces a product known as Malt. So basically barley malt is produced through a process known as Malting in which steeping, germinating and drying of grain is done to convert it into malt.
It develops enzymes which are required for converting the starch present in grain into different types of sugars such as trisaccharide maltotriose, disaccharide, monosaccharide glucose, maltose,, and higher sugars called maltodextrins. Other than these, it also develops enzymes, such as proteases, that break down the proteins in the grain into forms that can be used by yeast.
What is Malt Extract?
Malt extract refers to the amount of soluble material that can be extracted from the malt during mashing
Why Mahalaxmi Malt Extract?
During various surveys, it's been asked from brewers to share their advice and experience for first time brewing. All of them suggested that the most time consuming step and the one that the new brewers should skip is the step of mashing.
As a brewer, you must be aware that malted grains are the most important ingredient in brewing and brewing involves the manufacture of beer from grains. Mashing is the term given to the start of the brewing process, where to form a porridge-like mixture crushed grains are mixed with water and the resulting product is called the “mash.
But wait! This sounds a bit complex right? No worries…. we Mahalaxmi Malt Extract are here to help you skip the step of mashing, by providing the best quality malt extract for brewing.
When you use Mahalaxmi Malt Extract, you can directly skip the step mashing. Both forms of malt extract are provided here- dry and liquid malt extract and you can use either one or both as per your recipe’s requirement.
Using Malt extract not only saves time but also provides you enormous benefits such as:
Saves Time – Only by skipping the mashing process, one can reduce the time taken for brewing substantially
Saves Space & Money – Since you don’t need the equipment used in mashing you don’t have to invest in large equipment like a mash tun, boiling kettle, etc.
Improves Consistency – Easily hit the target gravity every time you brew a new batch.
Improves Efficiency – One of the biggest challenges and roadblock for beginner brewers is keeping the alcohol levels in check. And with the help of malt extract, you have more control over the process.
Simplifies the Brewing Process – Especially for beginners