Pale malt is the basis of pale ale and bitter and the precursor in production of most other British beer malts. Dried at temperatures sufficiently low to preserve all the brewing enzymes in the grain, it is light in color and, today, the cheapest barley malt available due to mass production. It can be used as a base malt, that is, as the malt constituting the majority of the grist, in many styles of beer. Typically, English pale malts are kilned at 95???105 ?C.
Pale malt is also called 2-row or just ale malt.
Our house pale malt is??Provenance Pale Single Origin Malt – an exceptional base malt.