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Pilsner Malt

Pilsner Malt is made from 2-row spring barley.Steeping and germination conditions are chosen to promote even germination and homogenous modification. The final air-on temperature in kilning is typically 80–85°C. Pilsner malt flavor is usually described as malty, slightly nutty and sweet. Great malt for all malt beers but there is enough activity and character for base malt use in many brewing applications.
Labeling claims GMO-free, Kosher, Organic
SKU VIK0003

Applications & Usage

Application Description For all kind of beers or whiskies. The color of the Pilsner Malt is low.
Applications Beverage, Beer Brewing, Liquor & Spirits

Certifications

Certifications & compliance FSSC 22000, ISO 22000, ISO 9001, Kosher

Properties

Beta glucan max. 200 mg/l
Color 3.0–4.2
Diastatic power min. 250 WK dm
Extract fine min. 80.0 % dm
Free amino nitrogen min.130 mg/l
Friability min. 80 %
General remarks Our malts are produced according to ISO 9001, ISO 22000 or FSSC 22000 and ISO 14001. Organic, Kosher and other specific certificates are granted locally. No GMO raw materials are used. Analysis of our malts are carried out according to EBC Analytica (or similar) when possible. Product descriptions are subject to crop changes. BREWER’S CLASSIC Viking Pilsner Malt DID YOU KNOW? Pilsner malt is widely used as standard name to high quality malts that can be used for brewing any beer. Other names can be: lager malt, basic malt or pale malt.
Moisture max. 5.0 %
Protein max. 12.0 % dm
Soluble nitrogen 600–750 mg/100g

Regulatory & Compliance

Labeling claims GMO-free, Kosher, Organic

Storage & Packaging

Production and packaging Pilsner Malt is produced in Finland, Poland, Sweden, Denmark and Lithuania. Available in bulk, containers, big bags and 25 kg pp bags.
Storage and safety Malt should be stored in a cool (< 20°C), dry (< 40 RH %), odorless and pest free place. Under these conditions unopened bags of malt can be stored for a minimum of 2 years from the date of bagging and unopened bags of crushed malt for a minimum 1 year from the date of bagging. Opened bags are beyond Viking Malt’s control, and we always recommend that opened bags are used at once. Anyhow, if opened bags are carefully re-sealed and then stored under the recommended conditions, they are expected to endure the storage times mentioned above. You should always keep the malts away from hot surfaces. Do not inhale the malt dust