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    Oak smoked wheat malt


    Anyone know where I can get Oak smoked wheat malt.
    No one seems to have.
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    To make a Piwo Grodziskie or commenly refered to as a Gratzer by the Germans. It is a polish beer.

    https://beerandbrewing.com/make-your-best-gratzer/

    https://byo.com/article/piwo-grodziskie/
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    It's easy to make it yourself in a weber.

    We did a shisa nyama rauchbier a few years ago:

    piece of chuck on a grid, pale malt in a sieve, and a weber lid

    get the meat to start dripping fat, put the sieve with malt on the grid but away from the heat, put the weber lid over sieve and meat and let the smoke circulate

    VOILA! smoked beef malt

    In your case: coldish coals, a smoker pan, some oak chips
    wet the oak chips
    put smoker pan with oak chips on the coals
    once they start to smoulder, put the sieve with wheat malt in the weber and close the lid

    smoke for 5 minutes, making sure the heat doesn't climb

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeslouw View Post
    It's easy to make it yourself in a weber.

    We did a shisa nyama rauchbier a few years ago:

    piece of chuck on a grid, pale malt in a sieve, and a weber lid

    get the meat to start dripping fat, put the sieve with malt on the grid but away from the heat, put the weber lid over sieve and meat and let the smoke circulate

    VOILA! smoked beef malt

    In your case: coldish coals, a smoker pan, some oak chips
    wet the oak chips
    put smoker pan with oak chips on the coals
    once they start to smoulder, put the sieve with wheat malt in the weber and close the lid

    smoke for 5 minutes, making sure the heat doesn't climb
    Thanks will give it a go in the near future.
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