North German Pilsner



This north german pilsner pours light straw to golden color with more bitter or earthy taste than Czech or European style pilsners.

20 Litre Batch
Est Alc 5.2%
Est IBU’s 24
Est SG: 1.048
Est FG: 1.010

MALTS FOR THE MASH:
3.75kg German Pilsner
500g Wheat
Combine 20 litres of 70°C water (strike temp) and the malts in your grain bag inside your urn or pot. Rest at 65°C for 60mins. Sparge with 10 litres of 75°C water in a bucket for 10 minutes and return sparged wort to the urn making a final boil volume of 26 litres.

HOPS FOR THE BOIL:
35g Tettnanger 3.5% (60min)
25g Tettnanger 3.5% (15min)
1 tsp Irish Moss, Whirlfloc, or BrewBrite (10min)

FERMENTATION:
Cool the wort and ferment as close as possible to 12°C Preferably with Wyeast – 2124 Bohemian Lager Yeast

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