Feldblume

Characteristics

A light golden malt with floral aromas of clover and hay and a mild scone-like sweetness.

Applications & Description

Inspired by classic Continental malts, Feldblume is a versatile malt that can be used as a foundation for a wide variety of beer styles.It’s balanced modification and unique kilning cycle make for a full bodied malt with bright, delicate color. We think it is particularly well suited for lagers, saisons, farmhouse and wild ales, as well as new school pale ales and IPAs.

All of Admiral’s malts are produced from grain grown sustainably by California family farms. The UC Davis Experimental barley used in Feldblume was grown using no-till practices by Bob Schaupp in his fields outside of Woodland, CA.

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Recent Releases

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

Batch # Harvested Kilned
18-019 June 1, 2017 March 29, 2018
18-014 June 1, 2017 March 9, 2018
18-007 June 1, 2015 February 6, 2018
18-001 June 1, 2017 January 9, 2018
17-007 June 1, 2015 October 30, 2017

Latest Batch

Batch #

18-019

Variety

UC Davis Experimental

Harvested

June 1, 2017

Freshly Kilned on:

March 29, 2018

Farmer

Bob Schaupp, Woodland, CA


Sample Analysis

Protein

10.1%

S/T

46.9%

Moisture

4.5%

Friability

75.4%

Fine Extract

82.0

Beta-Glucan

119 mg/L

Fan

218 mg/L

Alpha Amylase

53.2

Diastic Power (Lintner)

144 °L

Filtration Time

Normal

Clarity

Clear

Color (SRM)

2.83 SRM