Hey guys and gals, long time no Brewing! I've got a tough choice to make and would love to have your insights. I'm planning to brew a simple sweet lager in a few days time and I need to make a decision between two different pilsner malts. The receipe looks roughly like this: 86% Pilsner malts 8-9% Crystal malts (19 Lov) will probably tone these down a bit 1-2% Crystal malts (57 Lov) 3-4% Candi sugar (just to ramp up the alcohol, in case efficiency turns out a bit rubbish, Mashing at the higher temp range (68C...ish), single step Hoping to achieve a .50 BU/GU ratio with Styrian Goldings (60min - 15 min - whirlpool) Planning to hit 1.054 OG and 1.014FG with some residual sweetness. Yeasting with WLP 833 German Bock Lager Fermenting and conditioning followed by 4-5 weeks lagering. Now the Malts in question are these two fellows: Option 1) Dingemans Pilsner http://www.dingemansmout.be/products/kilned-malts - The grains have a beautiful biscuity flavor. Like eating oatmeal cookies. Option 2) Viking Pilsner https://www.vikingmalt.com/product/pilsner-malt/ - The grains taste grainy and neutral. More breadlike or maybe cereal? Any opinions or feedback?