Item #: G67
Our Price: $20.99


Mashed from 50% German Moravian Pilsner malt, and 50% German Munich malt, for a full-flavored, malty character. This dark golden malt extract is ideal for Vienna and Munich style lagers and alt beers, or any beer requiring an authentic German maltiness.

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



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by Mike
on 8/20/2019
from Pittsburgh
I use this every year
I use this and a 3.3# bag every year to make my annual German ale for my Oktoberfest.  Never disappointed.
by RobJ
on 2/13/2016
from Miami FL
Good German LME
Great style of German extract.  I've used this previously as a base for a German Alt. It doesn't dissappoint.
by colin
on 11/1/2012
from Amarillo
Excellent Flavor
Made a Belgian pale with 8# of German Gold LME, 2 oz. of sterling pellet hops, and a packet of Safbrew T-58.  Beer came out like a fine wine.  Easy and high quality.
by Gary Watts
on 9/18/2011
from Sacramento
Smooth as Glass!
 Pre-mashed LME at its best! Boy, am I happy with this one! I made a Munich Tan Hippie Ale, consisting
of 8 lbs. German Gold, 2.5 oz. Hallertau hops, 6 gal.
distilled water with added minerals, and 1 packet of
Safale US-05 dry yeast. If I can make a beer this GOOD, with these few ingredients that conform with the
German Purity Law, William's ROCKS!!! 
 I am having one right now, out of my Tap-a-Draft, but
that's another STORY!
by Nick
on 9/7/2011
from hampshire
Nice 'N Easy!
I've been doing all grain brews for the past year and a half or so, but with two young kids it's tough to get an entire day to myself to brew.  While listening to podcasts of the Jamil Show, I heard the commercials for Williams Brewing and their extracts.  I was leery to go back to LME after dabbling with all grain, but I'm very glad I did.  I gave their German Gold extract a go on a pale ale and the results were terrific!  Not only did it shorten my brew day which was a huge bonus, but it made a ridiculously tasty beer with a simple recipe using less than a pound of specialty grains in the steep!  Now, even if I get more time to brew, I'm going to have a hard time ignoring the allure of the Williams extracts!
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