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Organic Fermentable Adjuncts

Unmalted grains are often used to enhance certain characteristics of a beer, to recreate a traditional recipe, or to create a beer with unique characteristics. Flaked grains are the easiest to use because the flaking process "cooks" the grain, leaving a product that is pre-gelatinized. Thus, the home brewer does not need to pre-cook the grains; they can be added straight to the mash for starch conversion. Unmalted grains should be used with barley malt as unmalted grains do not have the enzymes necessary for starch conversion. Unmalted Adjuncts can make up 10% to 20% of the grains called for in a beer recipe. All of our organic adjuncts are certified organic under the USDA National Organic Program by California Certified Organic Farmers.

ORGANIC BARLEY FLAKES

Unmalted barley is often used in stouts for improved foam retention. Can cause chill haze problems and reduced clarity .

$1.95/ lb
#OA1
ORGANIC OAT FLAKES

Oats are most often used in oatmeal stout, and is not suited to light beers. Adds rich flavor and improved foam retention.

$1.85/ lb
#OA2
ORGANIC RYE FLAKES

Rye adds a dry crispness to beers and can lighten the flavor and body of malty beers.

$1.65/ LB
#OA3
ORGANIC WHEAT FLAKES

Unmalted wheat is often used by brewers to enhance head retention or to lighten the flavor or body of a beer.

$1.65/LB
#OA4
ORGANIC TOASTED BUCKWHEAT

Adds a distinct nutty flavor especially appealing in nut brown ale. If you are adventurous, give it a try! Because it is pre roasted, this buckwheat can be added directly to the mash, but pre-crushing is advised, and pre-cooking will yield a higher degree of extract. Persons allergic to most grains may not be allergic to buckwheat because is not of the grass grain family.

$3.50/lb
#OA5
ORGANIC MILLET

Millet is very low in soluble protein, and is a good adjunct to use in light beers as chill haze problems are rare. Millet should be pre-cooked before adding to the mash as it is not pre-gelatinized. High extract potential of 78 to 82%.

$1.75/lb
#OA8
ORGANIC QUINOA

Unmalted, whole grains that must be cooked before adding to your mash. The truly ambitious can try malting this grain although malting Quinoa may be a challenge as the grains are tiny. We have not yet tried brewing with Quinoa, and so we have little information to share with you at this time. We do know it is not of the grass family, and is worth pursuing for people with allergies.

$3.25/lb
#OA7

ORGANIC CANE SUGAR

Home brew made with organic cane sugar adds a slight caramel note desirable in amber, dark, and Belgian ales. Far superior to common table sugar, this sugar is made from fresh evaporated cane juice. Within 24 hours of the sugar cane harvest the fresh juice is extracted, clarified, evaporated, and crystallized. No chemicals or additives are used in the process. Use 3/4 cup boiled in 2 cups of water for bottling

1 lb:

$2.90

OA15

 

ORGANIC RICE SYRUP

Rice has been used by brewers for years to create lagers and ales with a lighter body, a lighter color, and a clean, crisp flavor. Rice is a necessary adjunct for light American and Japanese lagers, and now it is available in an easy to use syrup form. The process of making the rice syrup is similar to the malt extract process, and is done without any chemicals or artificial additives. Use 1- 2 pounds for a 5 gallon batch.

1# package: $4.95 #OA16A

2# package: $7.95 #OA16B

5# package: $19.95 #OA16C

 

ORGANIC SUSHI GRADE RICE FOR SAKE MAKING AND BREWING

This is premium short grain organic white rice which is an excellent choice for brewing sake. Organically grown Akitakomatchi, a classic Japanese short grain rice. Grown by Lundberg Family Farms in California. Our most recent batch of sake was brewed with this rice, and the resulting sake is delicious! If pre-cooked and added to the mash, this rice may also be used as a beer adjunct.

Bulk per lb
$2.40
#OA17A
4.2 lb. Package- for 2 1/2 gallons of Sake:
$9.95
#OA17B

COMPLETE SAKE KIT WITH RICE AND YEAST: $24.50

All the ingredients you need for your first batch (2.5 gallons) of sake with an alcohol content of 14- 18%. To make a 5 gallon batch, you just need an additional 4.2 pounds of rice. In addition to the koji provided with the kit, ingredients included are 4.2 pounds of organic medium grain rice, Wyeast Sake yeast, and 2 oz. of citric acid.

#SAKE3 $24.50

 

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