Light Wheat Malt

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Thanks to its balanced combination of fine malt aromas, refreshingly fruity Weissbier flavours and a pleasing hint of sweetness, our non-alcoholic Weissbier 0,0% can be enjoyed on any occasion

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Jever Fun is the ideal drink for anyone who fancies a real beer flavour – but wants to go without alcohol, stay active or is simply keeping an eye on their nutrition.

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Light wheat malt is a type of malted grain that is commonly used in the production of non-alcoholic beers. It is made by taking wheat grains and allowing them to sprout, which activates enzymes that convert the starches in the grain into sugars. The sprouted grains are then kilned, or dried, to stop the sprouting process and create a light-coloured, flavourful malt.

In non-alcoholic beer production, light wheat malt is often used as a base malt to provide fermentable sugars that can be consumed by yeast, which in turn produce carbon dioxide and flavour compounds. The use of wheat malt can also contribute to the beer’s body and mouthfeel, and can enhance its head retention.

Light wheat malt is typically used in conjunction with other malts, such as barley or rye, to create a well-rounded flavour profile. Non-alcoholic beers made with light wheat malt can vary in flavour and style, ranging from light and refreshing to full-bodied and complex.

Overall, light wheat malt is an essential ingredient in the production of many non-alcoholic beers and plays a crucial role in creating their unique taste and characteristics.