I guess I have to experiment with it little more. My mill is set to 0.040". The same gap I use for the 2-row malt. I’ll set my mill to smaller gap next time. But I don’t think that has much to do with it. I’ll have to get a PH meter to check the PH. The cheap paper strips are useless. PH is usually on the low side, from what I can tell. I was just surprised by the big difference in the wort appearance between Canadian Malting 2 row I normally use and the Best Malz Pils. The 2 row converts quick and is clear, and the pils converted as well, but was cloudy, low efficiency and just loaded with hot break, which formed big chunks when I stopped the boil. My lager is fermenting now, so I’ll report on the results later.