Brewing sugar and malt extract

If you are making beer please remember that at least 3/4 of the ingredients should be malt based rather than dexrose and avoid sucrose if at all possible.


Brewing sugar

Brewing sugar 1 Kg
Also known as glucose or dextrose monohydrate. For use when wine or cider making or preparing a wash for distilling. Not recommended for use with beer kits.
£2.10

Brewing sugar 25 Kg sack
Available to order at least 2 weeks in advance.
£32.99

Brewing sugar 5 Kg
Also known as glucose or dextrose monohydrate. For preparing a wash.
£10

Beer Enhancer 1 Kg
Recommended for beer kits that require extra fermentables. Gives a better flavour than using dextrose alone and helps prevent stuck fermentations caused by excess sugar. £4.49


Malt extract

Spraymalt Light (Dried Malt Extract) 500g
Malt extract may be used as an addition to a kit or to produce a beer without a kit but then you will need hops and yeast separately. Ask Brewmonkey if you need advice about quantities.
£3.75

Spraymalt Dark (Dried Malt Extract) 500g
As before but used to produce darker beers.
£3.75

Spraymalt Light (Dried Malt Extract) 1 Kg
For when larger quantities are required.
£6.75

Manrove Jack’s Pure Light Liquid Malt Extract 1.5 Kg
Use as a base for your own recipes or as a brew enhancer with a kit. Produces an ABV increase of 1.8 – 2% in a 23 litre brew.
£9.95

Or do it yourself using the All Grain Method.
You can produce the same thing by using crushed malted barley and extracting the fermentable maltose by a process called ‘mashing’. This is how professional breweries make their beer.
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