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LME Muntons Liquid Malt Extract

Muntons range of canned malt extracts for the home beer making market are made exclusively from the finest English 2 row barley. They are produced by the aqueous extraction of sugars from malted barley and are subsequently concentrated into a viscous syrup. They are a valuable source of fermentable sugars, provide natural colouring and impart their traditional rich malty flavour.


Extra Light Canned Malt Extract

Made from the lightest available lager malt, processed carefully with the gentlest heat necessary to ensure that the resultant extract is the lightest possible from 100% malt.


Light Canned Malt Extract

Selected English lager malt is used to produce this fine consistent light malt extract.


Maris Otter Light Canned Malt Extract

Produced from the finest East Anglian Maris Otter barley, Maris Otter Extract contains a minimum of 60% Maris Otter, providing an ideal base ingredient for any beer recipe. With forgiving brew-house performance, the Maris extract ferments cleanly, providing the classic nutty and malty flavors of the timeless grain variety.


Wheat Canned Malt Extract

Produced with English wheat and barley malt, the Wheat Malt Extract is a blend of 55% wheat malt and 45% barley malt. Formulated to emulate many of the classic German wheat styles, Wheat Extract can be utilized in wheat beers or provide an interesting facet to a variety of styles.


Amber Canned Malt Extract

Made from a blend of pale and crystal malts this product provides the ideal building block for Ale and Bitter style beers.


Dark Canned Malt Extract

Chocolate malt, crystal malt and pale malt is used in the manufacture of Muntons dark malt extract. Ideal for recipes designed to brew Milds, porters and Stouts.




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