With the rise of craft beer, consumers have demanded more from breweries. Isn’t it about time that brewers demanded more from their malt? Parkland Pale malt was created with the all-grain brewer in mind. The variety of barley used to make this malt was bred to focus on flavour instead of maximizing enzymes for adjunct brewing. Brewers can expect consistent conversion and lautering (lower beta-glucan and lower diastatic power) and better stability in packaged products (lower free amino nitrogen).
Flavour: Clean, light grassiness, light sweetness
Variety matters, all grain brewers are entitled to demand more from their malt. More flavour, more consistent brewing performance and more flavour stability are all possible by choosing a variety bred for craft brewing.
Craft Malsters, like Red Shed Malting, are developing new products to make more beer styles possible out of only Canadian Ingredients.