A two-row, autumn sown variety of barley traditionally used in the production of malt for the brewing industry.
Belgian pale malt gives a more significant malt flavour and a darker colour than the British equivalent due to its different production method. Kilning takes place at a lower temperature (85°C to 90°C) but is continued for longer in order to obtain the correct colour. Brewers of Belgian ales should always use this malt for authenticity.
Maximum percentage 100%
Size: 500g & 3Kg