Whole Unmalted Grains

Unmalted grains are collectively known as adjuncts. They are used for various reasons, e.g. colour, head retention, flavour etc. As unmalted grains have no diastatic enzymes they have to be mashed with pale or lager malt.


  • Flaked Barley - grains 500g (Warminster)
    Flaked barley is a versatile adjunct, particularly useful in Stouts. It imparts a lovely grainy flavour and can be used in quite large quantities in black beers. Flaked barley can, however cause haze problems in paler styles, where the percentage should not exceed 5%. Maximum Percentage 20%
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  • Flaked Maize 500g
    Derived from corn kernels, this cereal gives a delicate corn taste to beer if used sparingly. Its use is beneficial for clearing purposes due to its low nitrogen content. Maximum Percentage 10%
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  • Flaked Rice 500g
    The perfect substitute for any recipe calling for the addition of sugar. It is virtually flavourless but provides some body without darkening the colour. A highly recommended adjunct as its low nitrogen content assists in clearing.  Very useful when used in pale ales and lagers. Max 10%  
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  • Malted Flaked Oats 500g
    Malted oat flakes. Use for oatmeal stout and sparingly in Belgian witbier. Maximum Percentage 10%
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  • Oat Husks - 500g
    OAT HUSKS To improve the filter bed of the mash to decrease the likelyhood of a stuck mash Non fermentable, but they can be useful in the mash. The hulls provide bulk and help prevent the mash from settling and becoming stuck during the sparge. This can be very helpful when making wheat or rye beers with a low percentage of barley malt and barley husks. Rinse well before use. Recommended usage - up to 5% of the grain bill.
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  • Torrified Wheat - WHOLE Grain 500g
    Available whole and flaked, this grain is used extensively to promote head retention in Bitters. Its use is definitely recommended in all recipes where a good firm head is required. Ideal for brewing Belgian Witbier. Maximum percentage 10% (or up to 40% for Witbier)
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  • Wheat flakes 500g
    Adds a "raw" wheat taste to wit beers, weiss. Adds some cloudiness as well
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