William's Pale Ale Malt Extract

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  • Price: $22.49
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Our Pale Ale extract is mashed from the finest two row European pale ale malt, and is ideal for English and American style Pale Ale and Bitter. Compared with our German Pils extract, this one has a slightly darker color and a hint of caramel in the malt flavor. An aromatic, rich flavored pale extract with a 'just mashed' character for ale and IPA styles.

Approximate SRM color value of 6 pounds of extract dissolved into 5 gallons of water before boiling: 7

Average rating 9.92307692307692 out of 10 ( based on 13 reviews )

Great Product

Review by Larry on 5/9/2010

Pros: As an extract brewer, I love the great selection of specialty malt extracts Williams carries. I just brewed this belgian pale and the initial taste is wonderful. And, the 8lb pouch is just right for getting around a 5% abv brew.

Cons: Hard to get all the syrup out the pouch.

Outstanding Pale Ale Malt Extract

Review by harry m. on 5/10/2010

Pros: Of all malt extracts that I have tried for the past 15 years this extract with a good combination of bittering and finishing hops yields an excellent IPA and at $19.90/8# an excellent value.


Review by Larkin on 9/9/2011

This was a great malt extra for making Pale Ales and I.P.As. For 5 gallons it creates a brew that has a dark reddish color.

Good stuff

Review by BrewHam on 3/7/2012

This is a really nice blend that ferments out clean and with no excess maltiness. Put the bag in hot water to loosen the syrup. Cut off the entire top to pour (shut off the heat and mix) then roll it like a toothpaste tube to get out the last of the liquor. I might leave an ounce or two behind but it is no worse and probably better than trying to pour that last ounce out of a jug.

Excellent Extract

Review by Casey on 5/31/2012

I'm a huge fan of this extract. It's my go-to extract for my IPAs. Good maltiness but not overpowering so the bitterness and aroma hops come through. To make sure to get all of the extract out try this: Cut the top (of course) but also slice the pouch 4 or 5 times vertically and submerge the whole thing in your brew pot with the water temp close to boiling. Stir for about two minutes and remove with tongs. This technique removes all of the extract for me every time.

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Aug 19, 2020 by George

Q: What’s your turnover rate on your extract (avg age when leaving your door)?

A: It can vary from 2 weeks old to 6 months old.

Jul 24, 2020 by Bob B.

Q: How long does liquid malt extract last in the plastic bags?

A: 6 months at room temperature, a year or longer if refrigerated.

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