Pale Malt is the main ingredient of English Pale Ales and Bitters, but a high proportion is used in the production of most other English beer styles. It is fully modified and has been kilned at a low temperature for a long period to reduce its moisture content to about 3%. Pale malt has good diastatic activity, and so it can be used to assist in the conversion of a certain amount of non-diastatic grist. Several varieties of barley are used with Maris Otter, which is winter barley; traditionally being the most highly prized as it is a very forgiving variety, providing a good flavour and extract.
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