Presumably, craft beer enthusiasts have been exposed to various shades of craft beer, and ACE Equipment has also received inquiries about whether small beer equipment can produce multiple flavors of beer and make dark beer. Today, I will discuss the possibility of brewing dark beer with beer equipment:
Dark beer typically has a brown or dark brown color, with an original wort concentration of 12~20 degrees and an alcohol content of about 4.5 degrees. It is primarily made from caramel malt and black malt, with a lower hop content. The production process involves long-term concentrated saccharification. Dark beer is packed with nutrients, including low molecular sugars, amino acids, vitamin C, vitamin H, vitamin G, and more. Its amino acid content is 3 to 4 times higher than other beers, and it has a high caloric value. Every 100 ml of dark beer contains about 100 kcal, earning it the nickname “black milk.” Originating in Germany, Munich beer is the most famous variety of dark beer.
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Stout is a type of dark lager that often uses roasted malts like caramel and rye to achieve its darker hue. It prominently features malt and burnt aromas. Dark beer comes in various shades and types. Stout, a full-bodied, top-fermented dark beer, is particularly popular in the UK. As the name suggests, dark beer involves exposing the malt to sunlight and then baking it in an oven until it turns into a black beauty. The subsequent brewing process is similar to that of other beers. The color of the beer is determined by the malt, meaning the darkness of stout comes from the malt. The color and aroma of black malt depend on the degree of roasting and drying.
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