A Chart to replace Weyermann Malts with top quality Castle Malts

Weyermann   
EBC Castle Maltings EBC
Extra Pale Pilsner 2 – 2.5 Castle Pilsen 2.5 – 3.5
Pilsner 2.5 – 4 Castle Pilsen 2.5 – 3.5
Pale Ale 5.5 – 7.5 Catle Vienna 5 – 7
Vienna 6 – 9 Castle Pale Ale 7 – 9
Light Munich 12 – 18 Castle Light Munich® 14 – 16
Dark Munich 20 – 25 Catle Munich 22 – 27
Smoked 4 – 8 Castle Peated 2.5 – 3.7
Accidulated 3 – 7 Castle Acid 3 – 7
Melanoidin 60 – 80 Castle Melanoidin 75 – 85
Pale Wheat 3 – 5 Castle Pale Wheat 3.5 – 5
 Dark Wheat  15 – 20  Castle Munich Wheat  14 – 16
 Carapils®  2.5 – 6.5  Castle Cara Blonde® (smaller Qty)  18 – 22
 Carahell®  20 – 30  Castle Cara Blonde® (smaller Qty)  18 – 22
 Carared®  40 – 60  Castle Cara Ruby®  43 – 57
 Caraamber  60 – 80  Castle Arome (smaller Qty)  100
 Caramunich® 1  80 – 100  Castle Cara Gold (smaller Qty)  110 – 130
 Caramunich® 11  11 – 130  Castle Cara Gold  110 – 130
 Caramunich® 111  170 – 220  Castle Cafe Light®  220 – 280
 Caraaroma®  350 – 450  Castle Cafe (smaller Qty)  480-520
 Carabelge®  30 – 35  Castle Melano Light (smaller Qty)  480 – 520
 Bohemian Pilsner  3 – 4  Castle Pilsen  2.5 – 3.5
 Abbey Malt®  40 – 50  Castle Abbey®  42 – 55
 Carafa® 1  800 – 1000  Castle Chocolat  800 – 1000
 Carafa® 11  1100 – 1200  Castle Black (smaller Qty)  1500
 Carafa® 111  1300 – 1500  Castle Black  1500
 Diastatic  2.5 – 4  Castle Diastatic  2.5 – 4

To replace some Weyermann malts, brewers can use darker coloured malts by Castle Malting.

The quantity to be used can be calculated by the  following formula

 

quantity of other malt   X   colour of other malt EBC

                           Quantity of Castle Malt  =        —————————————————————–                         
                                                                                                      colour of Castle Malt EBC