Gladfield Munich malt is germinated similar to the Vienna malt using slightly higher nitrogen barley to create more intense colour through greater maillard reactions. This is achieved with a kilning regime that includes higher levels of moist air recirculation during the early and intermediate stages of the kilning cycle followed by high final curing temperatures. The resulting malt is rich, sweet, toasty and biscuity with a touch of breadiness.
This malt is ideal for darker style Lagers or Ales and high alcohol beers.
Origin: New Zealand