Salzgitter German Pilsner Malt

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1.6° L. Base malt for any European lager style.

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1.6° L. Bright, clean, full-bodied character. Ideal for any European lager style and indispensable for pale lagers like Helles or pils. Suitable for single infusion malt, but many folks swear by the protein rest!
Additional Information
Malt TypeInternational Base Malt
Alpha Amylase0
Diastatic Power>250 WK
Extract %80-83
OriginGermany
Soluble Protein %0
Total Protein %10.5-11.5
S/T36-42.5
Usage %100
Lovibond1.5-2.1
Moisture %8.5-5
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The customer service, shipping and delivery team continue to exceed my expectations and justify my continued dedication to using Northern Brewer as my preferred source for all things brewing. Thank you !
June 24, 2016
Good stuff
Tastes great, once I did not step mash and it turned out fine, seemingly alluring to being well modified
November 30, 2015
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I'm very new and I've only ever used liquid malt extract. I was wondering how I use this grain extract?
D M on Feb 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is actual grain, so you will need to do some form of mash, depending on your equipment available. Grains need to be crushed first and then "soaked" for an hour at least with temps of 145-155, accounting for ten degree loss upon adding water. Some like to mash at three different temps like 125 for 30, 135 for 20, and finish at 155 for 30. I have had great success doing single temp/step mashing with this grain, thanks to how well modified grains are manufactured nowadays. Most important with grain is not to exceed 169 degrees or so, which is the beginning of the danger zone for extracting tannins instead of good grain flavor.
I would greatly appreciate some information regarding the lot analysis posted for this malt. Is the %moisture reported correct? 8.5% seems very high. Also, is the extract %DBFG or %DBCG? Thank you for any information you can give me.
A shopper on Nov 30, 2016

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