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Is weizenmalz vegan?

Weizenmalz is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is weizenmalz?

Weizenmalz is a German term that translates to "wheat malt" in English. It is a type of malted wheat that is commonly used in the brewing industry to produce German-style wheat beers such as Hefeweizen and Dunkelweizen. Weizenmalz is made by germinating wheat grains and then drying and roasting them to various degrees depending on the desired flavor profile. The resulting malt has a light to medium color and imparts a sweet, bready flavor with notes of caramel and honey. Weizenmalz also contributes to the beer's body and head retention, making it an important ingredient in the brewing process.

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