Flaked Oats Malt

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Dry hopped with refreshing floral and grapefruit hops, a splash of yuzu bursts through the caramel base to create a perfect harmony of flavours

4.5

Extreme juiciness bursts through the subtle caramel base with blasts of passion fruit, stone fruit, and citrus, capped with a sessionably bitter finish

3.8

Complex notes of roasted coffee and smoked malt awaken the senses to create a carefully crafted balance of flavours

3.8

Perfect balance of flavour, bitterness and drinkability, this special double dry hopped IPA has been treated to twice the amount of hops, giving you an extra punch of the juicy hop flavours and aromas we love so much

3.8

A postmodern classic, reinvented. Juicy tropical fruit mixes it up with grassy and pine notes for a beer that’s all flavour, no alcohol

3.5

Brulo's first step into the dark side but still bringing the lashings of juicy hops you love so much. A blend of 6 grains and loaded with a dry hop duo of Simcoe and Columbus

3.5

Hazy and smooth, crushable and loaded with passionfruit and mango aromas. Part of a trio of collabs with our friends at The Garden - Birth. Death - Mash Gang

3.5

A full flavoured German Pilsner style dry hopped with Saaz hops. Crisp, clean with a light aroma of citrus rind and spice

3.3

Flaked oat malt is a type of specialty malt commonly used in the production of non-alcoholic beers. It is made from oats that have been pre-gelatinised and flaked, which gives it a unique texture and flavour.

In non-alcoholic beers, flaked oat malt is often used in small amounts to improve mouthfeel and add creaminess to the beer. The oats help to create a fuller, smoother mouthfeel in non-alcoholic beers, which can help compensate for the absence of alcohol.

Flaked oat malt can also contribute to the flavour of non-alcoholic beers, adding a subtle nuttiness and sweetness to the beer. This can help to balance the bitterness of hops and create a more well-rounded flavour profile.

Overall, flaked oat malt is an important ingredient in the production of non-alcoholic beers, as it can help to improve their texture, mouthfeel, and flavour, and create a more satisfying drinking experience for consumers.