Item #: G15
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Our Belgian Amber Extract is mashed with 90% Belgian two row malt, and 10% Belgian malted wheat, making it an ideal base for many Belgian styles, including Saison, Brown, Red, Strong, and more. Use this by itself for an amber pilsner taste with a touch of soft wheat, or steep with darker malts for darker styles.

Approximate SRM color value of 6 pounds of extract dissolved into 5 gallons of water before boiling: 10

 

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by william
on 1/13/2019
from Seattle
Worthy of a Monk
Got 8 lbs of Belgian Pale Malt (LME) for a Belgian Strong and used with Wyeast Ardennes 3522.
Many times I don't actually hit  the OG the beer program tells me I should; it's almost like the LME has some water in it or is not mashed efficiently or rested correctly.
With Williams Belgian Pale  I hit my OG plus a little and the  flavor of the malt was noticeably better with a depth and complexity lacking in other malts.
If one doesn't have the luxury of mashing and taking multiple rests  to get the perfect extract then for my money this is as good as you can get for an authentic Belgian.
Bottom line - this Belgian Pale malt is worthy of a Monk!
by Tony
on 9/30/2014
from New Mexico
Very Good Extract
Just used for the first time, but it produced a great Belgian Saison. I plan to continue to buy this product!
by Ryan
on 1/27/2014
from Eau Claire
So Good....and ridiculously easy !
8 Lbs of Belgian pale extract, a pound of the "cheap" beet sugar & a pack of the new "Mangrove Jacks" dry Belgian yeast.  give it 4-6 weeks in the bottle & its great.  Plan to make it many more times...
by N_G
on 1/24/2014
from Central NJ
Bought 2 8-lb bags of this, they were great!
I bought two of these 8 pound bags when they were on sale in the fall of 2013.  I made 2 1.054 American Pale Ale batches late November.  The malt flavor has an interesting wheat character which played well with the american hops.  While the hops dominated this relatively light beer (as I wanted) the malt had plenty of backbone to make it enjoyable.

I would totally use this malt again for a 1.054 pale ale.  I think it would make some excellent session IPAs.  And would make an amazing saison. 

My experience with this malt makes me want to try the Williams Red Extract.
by Justen
on 4/17/2013
from Davenport
Belgian Pale Malt Ex
Great Blend.  I use it for most of by lighter brews, including IPAs.  Give me a good back ground flavor to build on.
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