Video Tip: Using Dehusked Malts to Adjust Color and Get Smoother Flavor

Jonathan Moxey, head brewer of Rockwell Beer in St. Louis, explains how dehusked roast malts such as Carafa can be useful for adjusting color as well as building smoother flavor into black beers.

Jonathan Moxey Aug 12, 2020

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Rockwell Beer in St. Louis, Missouri, has a penchant for mid-strength beers of great character, such as its best-selling Passing Clouds witbier, its GABF-medal-winning Stand By pilsner, and its foeder-aged lagers.

In this 49-minute video course, head brewer Jonathan Moxey digs into the recipe choices and technical aspects of brewing great session-strength beers, including:

  • The key elements of session beer
  • Building grists for beers of high drinkability
  • Selecting hops and keeping bitterness in balance
  • Choosing yeasts as part of the whole
  • Water adjustments
  • Careful spicing and adjuncts
  • The ideas and process behind Passing Clouds witbier

And much more.

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