Item #: G76
Our Price: $19.99
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Our American Red extract is mashed with pale and crystal (caramel) malts, for a deep amber-red color and rich, partially caramelized malt flavor. For the deepest red color and smooth flavor, our American Red has been mashed without roasted barley, just with a large proportion of light and dark crystal malt. Brew your own robust red beers to your own taste without the need for mashing.

Approximate SRM color value of 6 pounds of extract dissolved into 5 gallons of water before boiling: 9

 

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by Will Schmit
on 5/31/2018
from NM
Beware of the packaging
I am having a hard time being charitable.
I bought the 8 pound size, and it came in an 8 pound bladder.
I had hoped to split it into two 2 1/2 gallon batches, and use the extra to be the base of a partial extract batch.  I'm going to have to find something to keep 5# of malt in before I can open it.
I assume it is worthy malt, but I missed my brewday due to logistics.
by scott
on 3/30/2017
from cloverdale,ca
BEST RED EVER
Making a red IPA. You can not go wrong with these extracts.

BEST PRICE EVER
by Jay
on 11/28/2015
from Massachusetts
Makes a great beer
I usually all-grain brew, but I wanted to save time so I gave this 8# pack a try with 6 oz of Citra pellets (60, 20, 15, 10, 5, 0 minutes) and WLP001, and it came out fantastic. I'll definitely brew this again.
by JARROD
on 1/9/2013
from santa rosa
My first red
Just finished my first american style red with this extract. It was great!!!
by Chad
on 11/1/2012
from Boise
American Red Malt Extract
I have had excellent results using this product.  It has been very consistant in quality and results everytime I have used it.  I plan on using a lot more of it.
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Fred
2/2/2020 1:38:30 PM
What is the specific gravity? I'd like to add this to beer smith. Or is it typical of liquid malt extracts?
Figure one pound in one gallon of water will yield a starting gravity of about 1.034. This should be about the same for all extracts.
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