40° L Briess Malting - Caramel 40L is used in some Pale Ales and most Amber Ales. It can also be used in darker beers, as well, when you are looking for the benefit of Caramel malt and some color contribution, but not the caramel notes that the higher colored Caramel malts have.
At the Saint Louis Brewery, we use dextrin malt to improve the mouthfeel of our Pilsener. It seems to give about 30 points specific gravity/lb/gal — a few points lower than pale brewer’s malt. It seems to give about 30 points specific gravity/lb/gal — a few points lower than pale brewer’s malt.
Editor’s note: For the purposes of this article, Pale malt refers to what many call 2-row, which is actually the type of barley used to produce most malts; Pale malt differs from Pale Ale malt in that it is kilned slightly lighter.
Weyermann® Vienna malt is a lightly kilned lager-style malt made from quality, two-row, German spring barley. It produces full-bodied beers with golden color and smooth mouthfeel. The flavor is malty-sweet with gentle notes of honey, almond, and hazelnut.
White wheat and flaked wheat are both adjuncts and should be used in conjunction with a base malt (like wheat malt). From John Palmer's book on the former two adjuncts: Unmalted wheat is a common ingredient in wheat beers, including: American Wheat, Bavarian Weisse, and is essential to Belgian Lambic and Wit.