Item #: G06
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Our American Light is mashed from the same Klages and Herrington two-row pale malt we sell to grain brewers. American Light is ideal when used as a pure malt base for a light flavored beer, or as a neutral base to build on when formulating darker beers.

Approximate SRM color value of 6 pounds of extract dissolved into 5 gallons of water before boiling: 5

 

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by Kurtis
on 3/27/2018
from Prescott, AZ
Great product!
I thought I'd try this out for a Lagunitas IPA clone brew and it worked perfectly.  My recipe called for 8lb of American Light LME and I didn't want to pay over $100 for the recommended LME so I tried Williams American Light LME and it worked well and the beer came out great.  I'll continue to buy form Williams.
by Richard Gleason
on 4/19/2017
from Visalia, CA
Not Pale
I used a combination of 8 lbs of American Light and 3.3 lbs of pale ale lme to make an IPA.  Theoretically, it should have had am SRM  of 5.5, but it was more like 20 - way too dark to be called a pale ale.  It was much closer to an Amber or Red IPA.  Flavor was ok but appearance was not acceptable.  Next time I'll try the pilsner lme  and hope for something pale looking.
by Jim
on 12/22/2016
from Hampstead, Md
american light malt extract
I have been using this malt for years and it has never disappointed me.  It's a great malt and makes really good ale.
by Michael
on 10/26/2015
from Cropseyville
great base malt
Basically a 2-row base malt. No adjuncts which is what I wanted. Excellent fermentability. I mean, really nice krausen. The color was light and reminded me of Alexanders pale ale extract which costs a lot more per pound for some reason. The Pilsner malt extract was nice too, but the adjunct of vienna malt added was leaving what I considered a little too much sweetness in the finished beer. I actually added no adjuncts to either of these to make a single malt single hop beer. You can't go wrong with williams malts. A little more expensive in some regard but the quality does seem much better than northern brewer/midwest supplies extracts. Theirs always have way too much adjuncts and the resulting beer is disappointingly too sweet and "unfermented tasting" I don't get that disappointment from williams malts. The bags do suck. I hate the bags they come in and wish they used the plastic bottles like everyone else. It takes a lot of labor to squeegee all that goo out of the bags.
by Jonathan
on 3/22/2015
from Norwalk
My New Favorite!
This extract is fresh and provides a great landscape for hops and steeping grains. 

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