Malted Millet

Malted Millet Project Overview: 
 

Malted Millet for Beer Production 

Malted Millet Test Analysis

Here are the test results from the various millets malted. Also, our malter indicated:

“As this was an experiment there is a wide range of differences in the analyses. The one constant that we noticed about all the millet was that it does not have near the enzyme quantity of Sorghum. Sorghum is comparable to Barley in enzymes. However, the whole grain millet is much lower. Brewers will have to add commercial enzymes to get the conversions they require. However, it still offers them a viable alternative and also a nice adjunct to include even in their barley and wheat based beers for flavor, profile, mouth feel, etc.” Jason K. Cody, Owner/Co-founder, Colorado Malting Company, Alamosa, CO 

Red Millet
Grain analysis
Pale malt analysis
Pilsner malt analysis

White Millet
Grain analysis
Pale malt analysis
Pilsner malt analysis

Germany (Senegal) Millet
Grain analysis
Pale malt analysis
Pilsner malt analysis 

To determine the availability of malted millet or other malted gluten free grains, please contact Colorado Malting Company in Alamosa, Colorado.

Limited availability. Please email Tim: Tim@coloradomaltingcompany.com for up to date information and availability. Or call 719-580-0051.