Globally, pilsen or lager-style beers are the dominant beer category. These beer types demand a lower modified malt to complement the temperature programmed or decoction mashing regimes employed.
Crisp Malting Group Europils Malt perfectly fits this requirement, being typically made form 2-row spring barley which is malted to give the required level of modification whilst maintaining a high level of homogeneity. Careful control of kilning ensures the required low colour is achieved.
Europils malt has a higher protein content which ensures ample enzymatic capability which, combined with the high levels of free amino nitrogen present, assure excellent brewing performance even when unmalted adjuncts form part of the grist composition.
Suggested usage levels : up to 100%
|Manufacturer||Crisp Malting Group|
|Best before||Unmilled malt 12 months. Crushed malt 6 months from packing date|
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Crisp Malting Groups story started 1870 when Frederick and his brother George Smith owned a grain mill and 288 acres in Little Ryburgh. They expanded by purchasing land in East Dereham and Wells before deciding to enter into malting. They set up a Malthouse in Dereham.