DetailsThis German pilsner malt offers extraordinary flavor while maintaining a low color profile. Widely used as a base malt in German lagers.
- Details & Instructions
Malt Type International Base Malt Origin Germany Lovibond 1.5-2.1 Extract % 80-83 Moisture % 8.5-5 Total Protein % 10.5-11.5 S/T 36-42.5 Diastatic Power >250 WK Usage % 100
5.0 / 5.01 ReviewNicer tasting than the Rahr maltI used to use Rahr Pilsner but after trying this I'm not going back. It just has a nicer flavor. It converts well and I get great attenuation with it.March 2, 2014
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 3 answersCan I use this Pilsner malt in a Hefeweizen all grain recipe, without lagering? I would ferment as a ale.BEST ANSWER: I am not an expert on malt, but I suspect that any kind of malt can be used in an all grain recipe without lagering. It may not be ideal tech-wise, but I don't know of anything against it - maybe the techs know better - so I would go ahead and use it. I doubt very much that it would greatly interfer with the great taste of your beer.Does this malt convert well with a single temp infusion?