Belgian Pilsener Malt - 1.5L - 1 lb.

Belgian Pilsener Malt - 1.5L - 1 lb.

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A two row pilsner malt from Belgium which makes a fantastic base malt for Trappist and Farmhouse style ales. Light color, 1.5 L, is complimented by a delicate biscuity flavor and aroma.

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How to Use
Due to the light kilning of this malt, a 90 minute (or greater) wort boil is recommended to prevent excessive DMS (corn or vegetal aroma) in your finished beer.

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The Beverage People Warehouse, Santa Rosa.

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All our supplies are guaranteed for one year. Request for refunds occurring more than 30 days after the date of purchase on non-defective goods may be granted as a store credit if the goods are returned in their original condition. Yeast is perishable and should be refrigerated on arrival. No refunds are allowed on sales of living organisms such as yeast and bacteria.


Average rating:
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Featured positive reviews:

average rating 60%
shipment received 08/22/2017
By sheldon greenberg
Everything was separately packaged as requested, but the big bag of 19 lbs of Ding Pils had a hole in the bottom of the bad and with all the movement of the package almost half an lb had spilled into the bubble wrap. There was no damage to the box itself so it is obvious that the damage was done during packaging. I was able to get the full weight, but it took some scrambling to round up all the spilled grain.