Sweet, nutty flavours for traditional English styles. Mild Ale is made with a reduced germination period during malting. There is some colour formation in germination due to extended recirculation. The curing phase of kilning will be at higher temperatures for flavour and colour development.
Traditional British malts lean toward more doughy, biscuity characteristics and lend themselves to malt-forward ales and lagers. This is ancestral home to the beloved Maris Otter variety of barley used in so many classic beer styles associated with English pubs.