Superior Pilsen Malt
I've just picked up a kg bag of Superior Pilsen Malt from Canada Brewing Company.
Such a good price drop from the Belgian and German pilsen malt that I could not refuse.
What sort of characteristics differences should I expect form Belgian or German malts - I'll be using it for Belgian and Lager/Pilsner recipes.
I'd love some input on this as well. I'm probably going to pick up a sack or two of this domestic pilsen malt and I'm curious how it compares to Weyermann or Best Maltz pils
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