Extra Pale Malt | Whole Bag | 25 kg
Whole bag UNCRUSHED malt - Extra Pale Malt from Crisp Malt is developed for low colour beer styles such as lager, blonde and pale ales. Made from the same barley as Best Ale malt you can be assured it is Norfolk born and bred. Extra Pale Malt imparts subtle malt sweetness. | Color: °EBC 4
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Extra Pale Malt from Crisp Malt is developed for low colour beer styles such as lager, blonde and pale ales. Made from the same barley as Best Ale malt you can be assured it is Norfolk born and bred. Extra Pale Malt imparts subtle malt sweetness.
BEER STYLES: Golden Ales, Blondes, Lagers, Pale Ales
RECOMMENDED USAGE LEVELS:
- up to 100%
|Manufacturer||Crisp Malting Group|
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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.