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Base grain for strong golden ale

How much a difference would using Belgian pale ale malt instead of Belgian pilsner malt in a strong golden ale make? Or in a trippel or other Belgian beer?

It’ll be noticeable - more “grainy”, less crisp - and more so in a tripel, typically made with just base grain and sugar.

How about German or other pilsner malt?

I use Best Malz or Franco-Belges Pilsner in Belgian beers.

+1 I use Best Malz, and it makes great Belgium beers.

+1 I use Best Malz, and it makes great Belgium beers.[/quote]

+2! Except I use it to make Belgian beer! :wink:

+1 I use Best Malz, and it makes great Belgium beers.[/quote]

+2! Except I use it to make Belgian beer! :wink: [/quote]

Mark this date on your calender, today a new beer style was created. :lol:

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