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10 Lb Golden Promise (Fawcett)

MSRP: $16.90
$15.49
(You save $1.41 )
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2º-3º L

Golden Promise is a traditional Pale Ale Malt grown in Scotland.

It produces sweet, mellow wort and is excellent for both brewing and distilling.
*(Packaging may vary when ordering more than one unit for ease of shipping)

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  • 5
    Great malt, great 10 lb deal

    Posted by Ian Matthews on 25th Dec 2015

    This malt gives a nice full, bready flavor to a beer. I usually use it with 2-row and a little bit of Caramalt for my IPAs. Using as a single malt would probably create a very full English style ale.

  • 4
    It Lives up to a Golden Promise

    Posted by VerN on 15th Nov 2015

    Excellent Malt! Rich, Mellow, Sweet. Nothing like it. I use this for my Scottish Ales and some English Bitters. Also, a Gordon Strong Barley Wine is in the future. I'm sure it will be fantastic. ** Highly recommended! **

  • 5
    great base malt for US or UK styles

    Posted by Rob on 11th Mar 2015

    Highly recommended. I use this for most of my American pale ales and British bitters and Scottish 60-70/- brewing and really like it. Good for SMaSH brewing.

  • 5
    Super pale, yet delicious malt!

    Posted by Jay Dogg on 26th Jun 2014

    I just made a summer pale ale hop bomb with this. 14 pounds in a 5 gallon batch. I thought it would be much much darker. To my surprise its probably one of the most pale beers Ive ever made. And it tastes delicious! I used it all by itself, with 4 different kinds of hops, 1 pound total. Not only can you still taste its honey nut cherrios-esque flavor through the whole pound of hops, but also it seems to compliment the hops flavor while standing out and making me think it would taste great if there werent any hops in it at all! I'll definitely be ordering more of this and experimenting further. If its this tasty on its own, then I can only imagine what it will be like paired with something else.