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Irish Pale Ale Malt and Oat Husks at The Homebrew Compan 5 years 8 months ago #7

Ah I'm not worried about it, would just like to know what it is. MCI do three different bases malts, all different specs. There don't seem to be any specs available on this.

I was being facetious about Laois v Cork.

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Irish Pale Ale Malt and Oat Husks at The Homebrew Compan 5 years 7 months ago #8

Hi Guys,
As this malt is 3.6 ebc does it require a boil longer than an hour like pilsner malt?
I've just tried my first brew with it so I'll know how it went in a few weeks.

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Irish Pale Ale Malt and Oat Husks at The Homebrew Compan 5 years 7 months ago #9

"darcy.jack":3guty3yl wrote: Hi Guys,
As this malt is 3.6 ebc does it require a boil longer than an hour like pilsner malt?
I've just tried my first brew with it so I'll know how it went in a few weeks.[/quote:3guty3yl]


Pale ale malt should always be grand. That malt is actualy a little dark than most

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Irish Pale Ale Malt and Oat Husks at The Homebrew Compan 5 years 7 months ago #10

He's talking about the lager malt. The pale malt is 6 or 7 EBC IIRC

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