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Old 01-06-2014, 02:18 PM   #11
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Their pils malt isn't as well modified & needs the 90 minute boil,as do most pils malts not listed as well modified.
Understood. Even the weyermann pale ale malt? That doesnt say anything either....but I assume it is well-modified if it is kilned longer....dunno. Just a guess.
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I haven't tried the Weyerman's pale ale malt yet,but others I've used seem to be well modified even if they don't say so. I've used pale malt & marris otter from crisp in the UK with great results combined with Rahr 2-row. Clear & good malt profile.

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I haven't tried the Weyerman's pale ale malt yet,but others I've used seem to be well modified even if they don't say so. I've used pale malt & marris otter from crisp in the UK with great results combined with Rahr 2-row. Clear & good malt profile.
Well, I guess trial and error is on the way then.

I order 55lbs of pale ale malt and bohemian floor pilsner that they list as maris otter-like malt. We'll see. Thanks for the info.
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Floor malting is the classic way of doing it,& some maltsters in the UK still do it that way. It may be marris otter like in flavor,but might not be well modified.

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Floor malting is like baking bread with stone ground flour. It has its own rewards.

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