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Link Posted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 2:20 pm Post subject:
This is Belgian Pils malt right? Who's the maltster?
Are you sure it's 10L? That's crazy high for what sounds like a base malt. Most pils or 2-row would be around 1-2L.
Assuming it's your typical 1-2L Belgian pils it would be an excellent base malt for pale lager, Belgian ales, wheat beers, etc. Or pretty much anything else really if you don't care about sticking 100% to "style". (I will use pils malt in a pinch as a replacement for 2-row if I'm out of two row.... the slightly more grainy taste of pils malt as compared to 2-row is completely lost in a lot of the hoppy beers I make. Breweries will use 2-row for beers like these simply because it's less expensive).
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