Non-fermentable sugar typically added to the kettle with 15 – 30 minutes remaining in the boil or may be added to secondary fermenter prior to bottling. Lactose finds typical utilization in milk or sweet stouts, adding sweetness, body and mouthfeel to the finished beer
Rice syrup solids are a granulated powder adjunct, similar to corn sugar or maltodextrin. Utilized to lighten beer color, add body, rice flavor and fermentable sugars, Rice solids are often employed in light adjunct lagers.
Dark Candi Sugar contributes alcohol production to high gravity Belgian style ales. While adding color and flavor to finished beers, candi sugar imparts a complex fruitiness and dry flavor. Dark candi sugar contributes caramel color, flavor and aroma to beer compared to lighter varieties.
All of the brewing syrups are created with pure beet sugar crafted to a standard of flavor and fermentability far exceeding those of the European imports. In the spirit of old-world excellence it is crafted with a time-honored brewing elixir using a combination of traditional methods and have made the world's most premium Belgian Candi Syrup. The syrups are designated ""premium"" due to notably darker color, richer flavor, and measurably more fermentable results.
While many shops and breweries rely on local sources for honey, the product often sold in the bottle can vary (and likely does) from container to container and year to year. Brewer's Best® Wildflower Honey is specially blended, maintaining product quality, consistency of color, flavor and fermentability.