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Revision as of 10:54, 14 January 2008

Contents

Grain article template

This is a template that can be used to create a new detail page describing a specific brewing grain. Of course, feel free to modify it as suits the individual grain or your preference.

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''A brief description of the malt, inlcuding alternate names, goes here''

==Brewing with MALTNAME==

===General brewing information===
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===Beer styles===
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==Commercial malt analyses==

This section contains information on commercially available malts, derived from the malting companies' malt analysis sheets.

===Maltster's Name===

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Articles to be converted

I'm planning to go through each of the grain articles, to put them into a more comprehensive set of categories, make sure duplicates are redirected, add more malt info, and so on. For my own convenience, I'm posting a list of all of the current articles on particular types of grain; I'll remove them from the list as I get to them.

  1. 2-Row Malt
  2. 6-Row Malt
  3. Acid Malt
  4. Advanced: Conditioning the malt
  5. Amber Malt
  6. Barley malt
  7. Base malt
  8. Base malts
  9. Belgian Biscuit Malt
  10. Belgian Pilsner 2-Row
  11. Belgian Wheat
  12. Biscuit Malt
  13. Black Barley
  14. Brewer's rice
  15. Brewing additives
  16. Brown Malt
  17. Brown Porter
  18. Brumalt
  19. CaraAmber
  20. CaraAroma
  21. CaraFoam
  22. CaraMunich
  23. CaraPils
  24. CaraRed
  25. CaraVienna
  26. CaraWheat
  27. Carafa
  28. Carafa I
  29. Carafa II
  30. Carafa III
  31. Caramel Wheat Malt
  32. Chocolate Malt
  33. Chocolate Rye Malt
  34. Chocolate Wheat Malt
  35. Chocolate malt
  36. Crystal 10
  37. Crystal 10L
  38. Crystal 120
  39. Crystal 120L
  40. Crystal 150
  41. Crystal 150L
  42. Crystal 20
  43. Crystal 20L
  44. Crystal 30
  45. Crystal 30L
  46. Crystal 40
  47. Crystal 40L
  48. Crystal 60
  49. Crystal 60L
  50. Crystal 80
  51. Crystal 80L
  52. Crystal 90
  53. DME
  54. Dark Wheat
  55. Debittered Black Malt
  56. Dextrine Malt
  57. Dry Malt Extract
  58. Extract
  59. Fermentable adjuncts
  60. Flaked grain
  61. Flaked maize
  62. Gambrinus Honey Malt
  63. German Pilsner 2-Row
  64. German Wheat
  65. Grain Mill
  66. Grain cultivation
  67. Grain syrup
  68. Grits
  69. Home malting
  70. Honey Malt
  71. Kettle specialty grains
  72. Kiln
  73. Kilned
  74. Kilned malt
  75. Kilned malts
  76. LME
  77. Lager Malt
  78. Liquid Malt Extract
  79. Maize
  80. Maize grits
  81. Malt
  82. Malt extract
  83. Malted Barley
  84. Malted Oats
  85. Malted barley
  86. Malting
  87. Malts
  88. Malts Chart
  89. Maltsters
  90. Maris Otter
  91. Melanoidin Malt
  92. Melanoidin malt
  93. Micronized grain
  94. Mild Malt
  95. Millet
  96. Milling
  97. Munich 10
  98. Munich 20
  99. Munich Malt
  100. Munich malt
  101. Oat Malt
  102. Oat malt
  103. Oatmeal
  104. Optic
  105. Peat-smoked malt
  106. Peated Malt
  107. Pilsner Malt
  108. Quinoa
  109. Rauchmalz
  110. Rice
  111. Rice Malt
  112. Roasted Barley
  113. Roasted barley
  114. Rye
  115. Rye malt
  116. Six-row barley
  117. Six-row malt
  118. Smoked Malt
  119. Smoked malt
  120. Smoked malts
  121. Sorghum
  122. Special Roast
  123. Spelt
  124. Spelt malt
  125. Steep
  126. Steeping
  127. Stewed malt
  128. Toasted Malt
  129. Torrified grain
  130. Two-row barley
  131. Two-row malt
  132. UK Pilsner 2-Row
  133. Unmalted
  134. Unmalted barley
  135. Unmalted grain
  136. Unmalted roasted grain
  137. Victory Malt
  138. Wheat Malt
  139. Wheat malt

Discussion

I'm going to try to make a start at reorganizing and standardizing the pages on brewing grains and malts.--Chapka 08:25, 30 October 2007 (CDT)