Crisp Flaked Torrefied Oats
Crisp Flaked Torrefied Oats

Crisp Flaked Torrefied Oats

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Crisp Flaked Torrefied Oats consist of husked oat grains that have been cooked at high temperature, resulting in gelatinisation of the starchy endosperm, and then flaked. They will give a smooth, creamy mouthfeel to finished beers.

The presence of oat husk can assist with wort separation, especially if the grist
contains naked grains such as Malted Rye, Naked Oat Malt or Wheat Malt.

Flaked Torrefied Oats does not require milling before being added to the mash.

This product is fresh-smelling, free from any extraneous material and manufactured from non-GM certified raw materials in a plant that does not process any material that is of GM origin.

Pack Sizes:

  • 1 Kg Bag
  • 5 Kg Bag (SAVE 20% on 1Kg Regular Price)
  • 25 Kg Sack (SAVE 40% on 1Kg Regular Price)
  • 1 MT Pallet (SAVE 67% on 1Kg Regular Price) Trade and Wholesale inquiries to Service@BeerCo.com.au

Beer Styles:

  • NEIPA
  • Stouts

Usage and benefits:

  • Up to 25% of grist added direct to tun
  • improves mouthfeel and head retention
  • increases body
  • imparts a smoothness to the beer
  • has a pleasant oaty flavour
  • husks can improve wort run-off

Batch Analysis

Typical Analysis

Parameter

IoB

EBC

ASBC

Moisture

11.0% max

Extract

292.0 L°/kg

77.0%

77.0%

Colour

2.5-4.5 EBC

2.8-5.0 EBC

1.5-2.3 °L

Foreign matter

Nil

Fines (<0.5 mm)

1% - 8%

BeerCo Recipe Kits:

Craft Beer Examples:

Lupuloid IPA | Beavertown Brewery

“We use a healthy dose of Crisp Flaked Torrefied Oats in our Lupuloid IPA. When building this recipe we trialled a variety of adjuncts with the aim of maintaining a full bodied beer, whilst also having a low final gravity and dry finish. Torrefied Oats proved to be a winner, helping us hit that target sensory profile, whilst also not impeding lautering times on the kit. They now make up a significant portion of the specialty grains we use in each batch.” – Cosmo Sutherland, Lead Brewer Beavertown Brewery – Tottenham Hale, London, UK