Sugar Creek Pale malt is a locally malted version of a standard American or English pale malt that is used in a wide array of ales. It measures 2 to 3 on the Lovibond scale. This malt is made of 2 row Conlon barley grown right here in Indiana. From lighter pale ales and IPAs, running the gamut through amber beers into the richer porters and stouts, pale malt from Sugar Creek makes a great base for all! This malt has great diastatic power, and can be used for up to 100% of the base in almost any beer style. An easy-to-use malt that does not require extra boiling time to eliminate the possibility of DMS, pale malt is a versatile base malt that makes great beers time and time again
Barley malted right here in Indiana! Sugar Creek Malt Co. is a local malting company located 40 miles north of Indianapolis. Started with the intention of making fine, locally-produced malts for truly locally-produced beer, Great Fermentations is proud to be the exclusive retailer of their local malts to homebrewers! All barley malted by Sugar Creek Malt Co. comes from within 200 miles of their Boone County malting operation. Using a form of floor malting, Sugar Creek Malting Co. is able to monitor malting conditions hour-by-hour to ensure high quality malts for the end user!
|Color: ||3 - 3.2 SRM|
|Country of Origin: ||United States|