Red Seven

Characteristics

Contributes rich amber color with fruity sweetness and aromas of bread crust, graham cracker and honey.

Applications & Description

Red Seven is a Light 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, or used at up to 80% of the grist in Marzen, Dunkel and darker Bock styles.

All of Admiral's malts are produced from grain grown sustainably by California family farms. The Metcalfe barley used in this batch of Red Seven was grown using organic practices by Bob Schaupp in his fields outside Woodland, CA.

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Recent Releases

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

Batch # Harvested Kilned
17-013 June 1, 2015 December 7, 2017

Latest Batch

Batch #

17-013

Variety

Metcalfe

Harvested

June 1, 2015

Freshly Kilned on:

December 7, 2017

Farmer

Bob Schaupp, Woodland, CA


Sample Analysis

Protein

9.5%

S/T

54.5%

Moisture

3.4%

Friability

84.0%

Fine Extract

82.7% D.B.

Beta-Glucan

60 mg/L

Fan

208 mg/L

Alpha Amylase

34.6

Diastic Power (Lintner)

83 °L

Filtration Time

Normal

Clarity

Clear

Color (SRM)

7.18 SRM