Thanks for the feedback. I read on weyermann’s website that their pale ale malt is suitable for lagers and pilsners, so I am going to give it a try. Might add 1/2 lb of carapils and call it a day. I’ve read somewhere (maybe here) that cascade hops have been used to bitter and flavor with. Any thoughts?[/quote]
I like Cascade but I can’t say that I’ve made a pilsner with them. Are you shooting for a German Pils, Czech Pils, etc? Typically one would use Noble hops (Hallertau, Hersbrucker, Tettanger, Saaz, Spalt, etc.) for a Pils but at this point you could assume that you’re a homebrewer and have no guidelines to confine you. A pale beer with 2-row, Carapils, Cascade hops and Augustiner yeast would probably be delicious. The hops might be considered unusual but it might still be delicious. Good luck with it and let us know how it comes out. Cheers.