Originally Posted by z987k
where'd you find that? That would be invaluable if there was a chart of all the malsters and all the data regarding the grain.
Also, I see again Breiss sells ****ty malt. Go Figure.
Yeah, I wasn't real happy about it when I unknowingly bought 7 lbs of it for an upcoming batch. This is why I typically try to stick to buying malts from the country that the beer style is from. It's on their website
. The typical malt analysis pdf for munich 10L states at the bottom: "Produced from AMBA/BMBRI recommended 6-Row Malting Barley varieties"
Another funny thing about this is that I was re-reading Horst Dornbusch's "Alt" style book. He states in one section that only 2-row barley should be used for brewing Altbier... no 6-row. But then states in another section that all of the malts used in creating the recipes he gives were made by Briess. His recipes include plenty of Munich.