Munich Type I malt is a kilned lager style malt made from quality, two-row, barley. Usually used as a specialty malt, it has a high enzyme content despite its colour, and can constitute up to 100% of the grain bill. It produces robust malt characteristics, including full body, amber colour, and smooth mouthfeel. The flavour is strongly malty and the rich aroma has notes of light caramel, honey, and bread. Munich malt is typically used in dark lagers and ales, especially Munich style lagers, various bock styles, and German festival beers.