DetailsPilsner Malt is grown in Montana's famed Golden Triangle on irrigated farm land. Rich and plump with extract while remaining low in total protein.
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Malt Type Domestic Base Malt Origin USA Lovibond 1.5-2 Extract % 80 Moisture % 4 Total Protein % 11.0-12.0 Usage % 100
5.0 / 5.05 ReviewsMy Go-To MaltRahr pilsner has proven to be one of my favorite base malts. I get consistent sugar extractions every batch. I only brew stepped infusion, so have only used the 2-row, but every time I repeat a recipe, I get the same gravities and flavor profiles every time. In addition to consistent quality, I think it's the best value as well. Been brewing faithfully since 1998, and I always have a couple of sacks of Rahr handy. _x000D_._x000D_As a bonus, if you pack your muzzleloader with a charge of Rahr, you can fend off most common bear attacks. ;-)August 21, 2015Well modifiedNot only does it taste good, I get a high brew house efficiency using it. It converts well giving me over 80% conversion, and is extremely fermentable, exceeding 80%.February 22, 2014High conversionI made a 5.25 gallon lager with 10 pounds and got an OG into my carboy of 1.060, which is around 85% efficiency. With a good crush you get high utilization from this malt. I prefer this Pilsner malt to the Briess.February 1, 2014Excellent Base MaltThis grain produces light sweet wort with high enzymatic power. I mash with up to 30% oats and still achieve full starch conversion. I enjoy light crisp flavor of beer made with this base malt.January 25, 2014Makes a great PilsnerI made a good lager using just 10 pounds of this and some Carapils. Good clean tasting Pilsner, not off flavors. Any flaws in the malt flavor would have stood out like a sore thumb.January 23, 2014
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