There's lots you can use them for. Chateau is just a brand name although I find their caramel quite different to others.I'm in Europe so not much use for the OP but two days ago I ordered 10 Kg (22lb) of Chateau Oats for about 15 dollars before realizing that apart from NEIPAs and small additions to old English ales, stouts and Porters there is not much use for them. The cheap price just clouded my better judgment
Around the same price as some rolled oats, so "why not" I though
It will take me a while to get through that lot unless someone has some recipe suggestions?
Anyway they should arrive tomorrow and I see on the Castle malting site that they are actually dehusked/naked.
As far as I can see from the Fawcett website they have a husked version. (can be that I'm not right)
So maybe they (Chateau) are indeed more suitable for some types of beer than the husked ones?
Yes I know Castle maltings products quite well.There's lots you can use them for. Chateau is just a brand name although I find their caramel quite different to others.
Could be my imagination though. Seems more jammy