Beer Style: European Pale Lager

Includes an array of styles including Munich helles, pale kellerbiers, pale lagers, Mexican lagers, and premium lagers.

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Czech Pale Lager

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The Czech pale lager is the newest style to be added to the Beer Judge Certification Program and is perfect for homebrewers.


Cinco de Mayo Cerveza

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Recipe courtesy of Leener’s Brew Works – Northfield, Ohio
www.leeners.com


Bill Ballinger’s Munich Helles

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A Munich Helles recipes that scored a 46 out of 50 at the Indiana Brewers Cup among 1,071 entries.


Kohl’s Pale Kellerbier

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More hop presence than a Munich Helles and most often served relatively young and unfiltered in comparison to Pilsner, a Kellerbier can come in a Pale or Amber version. This version falls in the Pale variety. This recipe is a little stronger than a traditional Kellerbier, but the hops will provide a bright balance to the malt and alcohol.


Birch Sap Lager

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"This recipe is from the Specialty/-Experimental/Historical category of the GNBC recipe book and is of local interest."
– Jay Levell


Saint Arnold Brewing Co.’s Summer Pils clone

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Saint Arnold Summer Pils is a Munich-style Helles with a delicate, sweet malt taste complemented by an abundant hop aroma and flavor.


Snake River Brewing Co.’s See You In Helles clone

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Helles is the German word for light-colored and perfectly describes this lager beer which is full bodied and lightly hopped.


Grande Mexican Lager

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“Grande” was designed by Randy Guerrero, an employee of William’s Brewing in San Leandro, California to accompany the setting summer sun. An imperialized Mexican lager.


Bohemian Pilsener

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A light-colored lager with the aroma of Saaz hops – the watchword for Bohemian Pilsener is balance.


Dortmunder (German Export)

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A pale lager named after the city it originated in.


283 Kilometers (European Pale Lager)

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Named for the distance between Plzen (Pilsen), Czechoslovakia and Wien (Vienna), Austria, 283 Kilometers is a crisp, clean, well-balanced beer with a firm malt presence from Vienna malt.  Recipe from Chris Colby.


International Lagers

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They’re here. They’re there. They’re everywhere — those ubiquitous light lagers like Heineken, Grolsch and Becks in their green bottles. Learn how to brew one at home (and learn a few new techniques — including cereal mashing and high-gravity brewing — while you’re at it). Plus: the skunk factor.


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