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Flaked or Rolled Grains

Flaked or Rolled Grains- These grains have been soaked and run between heated rollers.  This process gelatinizes the starches contained within the grains and allows them to be added directly to the mash tun, without having to boil them prior to the mash (called a "cereal cooker" process in commercial brewing).  

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Flaked Barley (2°) per lb. Yet more grains that can be added directly to the mash without "pre-boiling." All can add that pleasant "grainy flavor and enhance head retention. Product Details
Flaked (rolled) Oats (a.k.a. "oatmeal") (2°) - 1 lb. Yet more grains that can be added directly to the mash without "pre-boiling." All can add that pleasant "grainy flavor and enhance head retention. Product Details
Flaked Maize (corn) (2°) - 1 lb. Flaked maize, when used in small amounts (1/4 - 1/2 lb. per five gallons) can add an interesting complexity to many styles of beer, including British bitters Product Details
Flaked Rice (1°) - 1 lb. The use of rice adjuncts seem to produce a more "neutral" flavor than corn adjuncts and for this reason some American pilsner brewers prefer them. Product Details
Flaked Wheat (2°) per lb. Wheat grain that has been flaked (run through heated rollers - think Quaker Oats) that can be added directly to the mash without "pre-boiling." All can add that pleasant "grainy flavor and enhance head retention. Product Details
Flaked Rye (2°) per lb. Rye grain that has been flaked (run through heated rollers - think Quaker Oats) that can be added directly to the mash without "pre-boiling." It can add a pleasant, somewhat spicy "grainy" flavor and enhance head retention. Product Details
Rice Hulls per lb. Excess husks from rice grain. Useful for brewing applications as filter material in the mash/lauter tun. Can help reduce the probability of stuck mashes. Product Details
 

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