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Dextrine Malt

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Dextrine malt is a general term for a set of malts, including CaraPils and others, used to increase foam, head retention, sweetness, and body. Dextrine malts contain a lot of dextrins, sugar structures that are resistant to enzyme action that remain in the finished beer.

Origin US
Yield 72.0%
Potential 1.033
Color 2.0 SRM
Max in Batch 20.0%
Moisture 4.0%
Protein 13.2%
Coarse Fine Difference 1.5%
Diastatic Power 0.0%
Recommend Mash No
Notes
Compare various malts with the Malts Chart