Founded in 1896, Patagonia Malt leads in the - BSG CraftBrewing

Founded in 1896, Patagonia Malt leads in the - BSG CraftBrewing

MALT Founded in 1896, Patagonia Malt leads in the Latin American Pacific Coast Malt Market and keep increasing quality recognition among craft brewer...

135KB Sizes 0 Downloads 17 Views

Recommend Documents

Brewers' Gypsum - BSG CraftBrewing
Brewers' Gypsum. Description. BREWERS' GYPSUM is hydrated calcium sulfate used to correct mineral deficiencies in water

specification château biscuit® 2013 - BSG CraftBrewing
Characteristics. Château Biscuit® malt produces a very pronounced "toasty" finish in the beer. Imparts a warm bread an

Red Star® whiskey yeast - BSG CraftBrewing
An original American whiskey yeast that has been in use for many years in the production of Bourbon whiskey in the USA.

Candysugar syrup PRODUCT DATA SHEET - BSG CraftBrewing
Jul 5, 2011 - Legal name: Candy sugar syrup, kandi siroop, sirop de candi ... Digestable Carbohydrates. 77,9. 79,7. Lact

The Breeding and Parentage of Hop Varieties - BSG CraftBrewing
Brewers Gold and Northern Brewer since 1907. These two varieties are not only well known all over the world, but have be

Photography In Patagonia - ByThom
Apr 23, 2014 - The most compelling landmarks of Patagonia are our destinations on this ... we'll continue further into P

In Patagonia - Wilderness Travel
PLEASE SEND US. Trip Application: Complete, sign, and return your Trip. Application form as soon as possible if you have

Lightning in Western Patagonia - WWLLN
of lightning-producing storms, exemplified by a case study and generalized by a compositing analysis. Lightning activity

PARSONS SCHOOL OF DESIGN Date Founded 1896 Degree
... Paul Goldberger, Architecture Critic; Steven Guarnaccia, Illustrator; Jamer. Hunt, Transdisciplinary Designer; Ben K

Founded in 1749 - Southern Living
picturesque location make it a perfect getaway. Located just five miles south of Washington, D.C. and less than one mile

MALT

Founded in 1896, Patagonia Malt leads in the Latin American Pacific Coast Malt Market and keep increasing quality recognition among craft brewers worldwide. CHILE

Patagonia Malt comes from Chile. Barley is grown and malted with unique soil and weather conditions, between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, to create unmatchable flavor. Unique climate conditions of the central-south zones of Chile, characterized by a cold and rainy weather, create an environment for exceptional barley growing. Founded in 1896, Patagonia Malt leads in the Latin American Pacific Coast Malt Market and keep increasing quality recognition among craft brewers worldwide. Today we grow Barke, Sebastian and Scarlett barley varieties. All malts originated from Europe, but have been adapted to the Chilean soil and climate. We have complete control and traceability from the barley seed to the final product, with special care for the purities of each variety. Our agricultural R+D department is also constantly exploring how new varieties behave in our conditions. Our products have a unique flavors and characteristics. We keep innovating in order to bring you more alternatives so that you can craft a new kind of beer.

Barley steeping and germination conditions are carefully monitored to achieve even germination and homogenous malting. Following kilning, our malted barley possesses quality and color comparable with the finest malts, though with a unique aroma and taste from Chilean Terroir.

16

Brewer’s Malt

Moisture % Max

Color °L

Protein Total Max

Extract FG Min

Usage Rate %

Extra Pale Malt

4%

1.6

11.5

80

Up to 30%

Caramel Malts

Moisture % Max

Color °L

Protein Total Max

Extract FG Min

Usage Rate %

Caramel 15L

7%

15

12.5

65.0

Up to 30%

Caramel 35L

7%

35

12.5

65.0

Up to 30%

Caramel 45L

7%

45

12.5

65.0

Up to 30%

Caramel 55L

7%

55

12.5

65.0

Up to 30%

Caramel 70L

6%

70

12.5

65.0

Up to 25%

Caramel 90L

5%

90

12.5

65.0

Up to 25%

Caramel 110L

5%

110

12.5

65.0

Up to 20%

Especial Malt 140L

5%

140

12.5

65.0

Up to 20%

Caramel 170L

4%

170

12.5

65.0

Up to 15%

Caramel 190L

4%

190

12.5

65.0

Up to 15%

Roasted Malts

Moisture % Max

Color °L

Protein Total Max

Extract FG Min

Usage Rate %

Brown 115L

4%

115

12.5

65.0

Up to 15%

Coffee 230L

4%

230

12.5

65.0

Up to 15%

Chocolate 350L

4%

350

12.5

65.0

Up to 15%

Dark Chocolate 450L

4%

450

12.5

65.0

Up to 10%

Black Malt 530L

4%

530

12.5

65.0

Up to 5%

Perla Negra (Black Pearl) 340L

5%

340

12.5

65.0

Up to 15%

Orders: 1.800.374.2739 | bsgcraftbrewing.com

CERTAIN PRODUCTS MAY ONLY BE AVAILABLE BY SPECIAL ORDER.

Patagonia Extra Pale Malt • Medium modified malt. • Low DMS due to higher kiln temperature allows boiling for 60 min. • Blend of at least two barley varieties from: - Sebastian - Barke - Scarlett Developed to offer a new and challenging alternative to craft brewers, it is a great choice for ales and lagers due to its versatility, low color and undesired aromas. Caramel Malts Also known as Crystal Malt, it’s made from green malt. During the toasting process, sugars are caramelized developing unique flavors, aromas and colors. Outstanding high color caramel malts, because of its complex flavor and higher red color. Features Appearance: Friable golden brown kernels Aroma: Pleasant, sweeter and more intense than pilsner malt Flavor: Sweet, fresh and clear caramel taste on lower colors. As roasting increases, flavors become more complex, adding toffee, raisins, dry prunes, some sweet bitterness and roasted bread flavors. Roasted Malt Whether you want to add a subtle touch of complexity to an ESB or taste bold and striking, these unique roasted malts can be a good option. Features Appearance: Light brown to dark brown kernels Aroma: Roasted Flavor: Each roasted malt has its own characteristic. Going from bready, smoky and slightly roasted, to chocolate and coffee, to strong bitter black malt. Perla Negra or Black Pearl Is a unique, 100% huskless product made from selected spring barley from the Patagonia. Through specialized process, the husk is completely removed and the grain is gently toasted to develop flavors and aromas with less bitterness and no astringency Features Appearance: Brown kernels with no husk Aroma: Chocolate and toasted coffee Flavor: Low roasted taste with minimal bitterness. Mellow chocolate flavor mixed with subtle notes of coffee and nuts can be found, without the acrid bite, phenolic, astringency or smoky character often inherited from the in-husk roasted barley.

CERTAIN PRODUCTS MAY ONLY BE AVAILABLE BY SPECIAL ORDER.

Orders: 1.800.374.2739 | bsgcraftbrewing.com

17