Beer Style: Pale Lager Family

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Rebel Queen

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I like to think of this as a transatlantic lager, using a U.S.-inspired malt profile with a single British hop variety (Boadicea). I’ve often thought British hops would be well-suited to lager brewing and I think this proves it. Light and refreshing, this is perfect for summer barbecues.


Gordon Strong’s German Helles Exportbier

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This beer is bolder than your typical lawnmower beer, but it is meant to reward a hard day’s work. So go cross something off your to-do list, then grab a cold one, like life was meant to be.


Confluence Brewing Co.’s Blue Corn Lager clone

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“Blue Corn Lager is made like a classic American Pilsner with a twist. Blue corn makes a sweet wort, with a little bit of that corn chip flavor.” — John Martin


Mow the Damn Lawn

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When a summer thirst quencher is what you are looking for . . . look no further. This is the recipe that made Annie Johnson the 2013 Homebrewer of the Year.


Gordon Strong’s Leichtbier

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When I first thought about giving a recipe for this style, I was going to say, “just take your favorite Pilsner or helles recipe, but use more water” – and I wouldn’t be too far from the mark. But there is a little more to it than that.


American-Style Lager

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American-Style Lager (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.046  FG = 1.008IBU = 15  SRM = 2–4  ABV = 4.9% Ingredients7 lbs. (3.2 kg) 2-row pale malt2.5 lbs. (1.1 kg) raw rice or corn0.25 lb. (113 g) acidulated malt12 AAU Mt. Hood hops (60 min.) (2 oz./56 g at 6% alpha acids)0.5 oz. (14 g) Mt. Hood


Kellerbier

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This recipe is based on the gold-medal winner kellerbier Mut Lager from Cervecería Mut out of Quito, Ecuador. Special thanks to the Brewer Dora Durán for her help pulling this recipe together for the homebrew scale.


Western Hills Pre-Prohibition Lager

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Western Hills Pre-Prohibition Lager (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain)OG = 1.060  FG = 1.014IBU = 42  SRM = 7  ABV = 6.2% Ingredients6 lbs. (2.7 kg) German Pilsner malt3 lbs. (1.4 kg) US 6-row malt1 lb. (0.45 kg) Victory® malt1.25 lbs. (0.57 kg) flaked maize1.25 lbs. (0.57 kg) flaked rice 1 oz. (28 g) acidulated malt7 AAU Simcoe®


Jack’s Original Lager

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Jack’s Original Lager (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.047  FG = 1.011IBU = 40  SRM = 3  ABV = 4.8% This is my attempt to brew a historic Michelob. I have read many historical accounts that indicate that back in the 1800s beers often had higher final gravities than present day beers. Since there


Bell’s Brewery’s Quinannan Falls clone

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Quinannan Falls is a dry-hopped India pale lager that possesses a crisp, dry bitterness you would expect from a German Pilsner, but the use of highly aromatic Simcoe® hops from the Pacific Northwest evoke the fragrant pine forests that inspired this summer seasonal beer from Bell’s.


Sommerbier

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This beer that lands somewhere between a German Pilsner and a pale Kellerbier.


Munich Helles

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The bittering hop selected here is the Mittelfrüh-like, daughter of Hallertau Gold, Tradition with a nominal average alpha acid rating of 5.5%. It has gentle fruity notes. However, any other German noble hops would work as well. The flavor and aroma hops are, fittingly, Mittelfrüh.


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