From the HBD Archive
From: oconnor@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu (donald oconnor)
Subject: 2-row usually not Klages
Date: 1992-03-17 15:33:20 GMT

It is common to see homebrew catalogs and, as a result homebrewers,
refer to 2-row Klages malt. This is at best only partially correct.
Most 2-row malt used by homebrewers is not Klages. It may contain
some Klages but also one or several of many other varieties of
2-row barley such as Harrington ... the name Klages carries some
positive PR with it, so shops continue to refer to the 2-row as such
even though the malters explicitly state that it may or may not be
Klages.

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