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A highly carbonated, very light-bodied, nearly flavorless lager designed to be consumed very cold. Very refreshing and thirst-quenching. Designed to appeal to as broad a range of the general public as possible.
Contrary to expectations - this recipe belongs to the Expert level. Remember the two most important points:
1. Strong flavors are a fault. Try to use as much flavorless malt or malt extract as you can find. Avoid to use Continental Pilsner or Pale Ale, since they are too intensive for this style. Keep 25% of the grain bill for Rice or Maize.
2. Keep fermentation clear and cool. Ensure you will be able to control the fermentation temperature for 10 °С (50 °F)
Related Style: American Light Lager
Batch size: 21 L // Brew method: All Grain // Recipe complex rating: Expert
|OG, P||OG, sg||FG, P||FG, sg||ABV, %||IBU||SRM|
|Grain||% in bulk||Size, kg|
|Hops||α, %||Size, g||AAU||Add||Boil, min|
|American Aroma Hops||4.0||17||2||Start||60|
|American Lagers yeasts||1|
Add grain to the wort at a temperature of 35 °C (95 °F)
Single mash at 65°C (149 °F) for 90 minutes until complete conversion of starches
Ferment at 10°C (50 °F)
Let the beer lagering at temperatures close to 0°C (32 °F) for at least four weeks before bottling or drinking
Carbonate from 2.5 to 3.0 volumes of CO2
June 1, 2023, 4:37 p.m.