Admiral’s Hearth

Characteristics

Contributes a warm, amber color and rich, malty sweetness with aromas of bread crust, toffee and cake.

Applications & Description

Admiral’s Hearth is a Dark Munich-style malt that balances rich Maillard-derived flavor with enzymatic potential. It may be used as a specialty malt to add color, body and malty aroma to any beer style.

All of Admiral’s malts are produced from grain grown sustainably by California family farms. The Metcalfe barley used in this batch of Admiral’s Hearth was grown organically by Bob Shaupp in his fields near Esparto, CA.

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Recent Releases

For specific batch information and detailed analysis, download the batch COA below.

Batch # Harvested Kilned
18-028 September 1, 2016 April 29, 2018

Latest Batch

Batch #

18-028

Variety

Metcalfe

Harvested

September 1, 2016

Freshly Kilned on:

April 29, 2018

Farmer

Bob Schaupp


Sample Analysis

Protein

11.9%

S/T

45.4%

Moisture

4.5 %

Friability

57.7%

Fine Extract

79.2

Beta-Glucan

425 mg/L

Fan

190 mg/L

Alpha Amylase

21.1

Diastic Power (Lintner)

74 °L

Filtration Time

Normal

Clarity

Hazy

Color (SRM)

14.3 SRM