The question is: Is Trumer such a good Pils b/c they do endosperm mashing or b/c they just happen to brew a great Pils. I can’t imagine that endosperm mashing makes a huge difference. It is not widely employed at all and I did have a few great Pilsners in Germany. Kai
Not only is it my favorite pils, it's one of my all time favorite beers. It's on tap several places around Eugene.
I know Carafa can be purchased dehusked, but I'm not sure about Pils. Then there's acid dehusked malt. If Trumer is producing beer with naked malt, then it is probably commercially available. The question still remains...will it make a difference?
But it is in Nürnberg.Ups wrong country.
Quote from: denny on January 27, 2010, 09:18:25 AMNot only is it my favorite pils, it's one of my all time favorite beers. It's on tap several places around Eugene.Name a place it's on tap, would you. I'd like to try it next time I'm over the hill.
I have to ask , is there any beer WE (East Coasters) can get regularly that you West Coasters cant?Wait, another thread..................................
Kai,if 120 minutes is short, I'd hate to see what 'long' is.