Pale Ale Malt is made of finest two row spring barley grown in the most prominent regions such as Germany, France, Denmark and England. The varieties in use are approved and well established in the country of origin. Pale Ale Malt can be used up to 100% for brewing pale to slightly dark beers like Pale Ale, Indian Pale Ale, Imperial Pale Ale and as basis for darker Ales and Stouts as well.

Particulars Pale Ale Malt
Moisture Content % 4.1
Extract fine grist (dry basis) % 82.2
Extract Difference % 1.6
Saccharification time 15
Wort Colour EBC 5.5
Boiled Wort Colour EBC 8
Protein % 9.3
Soluble Nitrogen dry base mg/100g 0.635
Kalbach Index % 42.6
Wort pH 5.84
Viscosity (8.6% wort) mPas 1550
Beta Glucan EBC Mash mg/l 271
Friability % 87
Glassy Kernels (WUG) % 0.6
Screening above 2.5mm % 96
Screening below 2.2mm % 0.5
Diastatic Power WK 239
NDMA ppb 0.8
Free-Amino-Nitrogen mg/100g 129
Gushing Test (in water) g 0.001
Final Degree of Attenuation % 80.3

Origin: Germany, Europe
Packing: 50 Kg. Bag / 1 MT on Pallete

* Actual number varies by crop year due to weather pattern and a little by the farm also (based on micro-climate). Contact for specific numbers for a given year/order.