pale lager, American lager, Budweiser, all-grain
Source: Chuck, (KENYON%LARRY%erevax.BITNET@pucc.Princeton.edu)
Issue #923, 7/15/92
This recipe produces a light---but not thin tasting---North American
style lager (steam?). The Tettnanger finishing hops gave a really nice
fresh aroma to the beer.
- 5 pounds, lager malt
- 1 pound, flaked maize
- 1/2 pound, rice syrup/solids
- 1 ounce, Hallertauer leaf (alpha 4.0) (1 hour boil)
- 1 ounce, Saaz leaf (alpha 3.0) (1 hour boil)
- 1/4 ounce, Tettnanger leaf (alpha 4.0) (5 minute boil, 10
- Wyeast #2124
Mash schedule: 30 min - Protein Rest @132F, 90 min - Slowly raise temp
to 155F, 15 min - @155F, 15 min - Mash-out @170.
Bring mash liquid to a boil, add bittering hops (no hop bag for this
one), boil 1hr. Add finishing hops, boil 5 minutes, steep 10 minutes,
pour into primary, cool to 75F, and pitch yeast starter.