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What's in Coopers brewing sugar products?

 

Coopers Light Dry Malt

100% light dry malt (500g)

Coopers Dextrose

100% dextrose (1kg)

Coopers Brewing Sugar

80% dextrose, 20% maltodextrin (800g/200g)

 

Coopers Brew Enhancer 1

60% dextrose, 40% maltodextrin (600g/400g)

Coopers Brew Enhancer 2

50% dextrose, 25% maltodextrin, 25% light dry malt (500g/250g/250g)

Coopers Brew Enhancer 3

50% Light Dry Malt, 30% Dextrose, 20% Maltodextrin (500g/300g/200g)

Any of the above products can be substituted with ingredients available at your local home brew shop (LHBS). For example if a recipe that you have done previously called for a package of Coopers Light Dry Malt 500g this could be replaced with 500g of any Light Dry Malt you can get, if your are doing a dark beer or stout you could use a Dark Dry Malt for sightly darker richer beer. If you used it in a beer and you thought the beer could do with a slightly lighter mouth feel or be a bit drier you could swap the Light Dry Malt with some Dextrose. Experimenting like this is fun and can lead to some great beers.

  • Corn Sugar = Dextrose
  • Corn Syrup = Maltodextrin 

Try and keep the simple sugars (dextrose, white sugar, etc.) at or below 20% of the total fermentables. 

 

 

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