What is "Munich malt"? I know it's German based. There's a recipe I want to try that's no longer available from Northern Brewer (Keeler's Reverse Burster Altbier), so I'm going to get the grains from another supplier. One of the ingredients in the recipe is Munich Malt, but I can't find it on Brewmasters website. The closest I find to Munich is:
Weyerman Munich Type II
Gambrinus Dark Minuch
Briess Organic Munich 10
I'm guessing the Caramel Munich is the right choice, but wanted to make sure before I bought a bunch of it. I'm confused because it is the main ingredient in the recipe, but looking up Munich Malt in the wiki suggests it needs a base grain for better conversion.
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