BOS-winning homebrew,recipe, brewed by Brian Bergquist. Winner of the 10th Annual Virginia Beer Blitz (Hampton, Virginia: 383 entries)
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This pale lager combines some of the better attributes of Pilsner and Kölsch with intriguing modern New Zealand hops.
Pilsner Geben Frei (5 gallons/19 L, extract with grains) OG = 1.046 FG = 1.011 IBU = 54 SRM = 3 ABV = 4.7% Ingredients 6 lbs. (2.7 kg) brown rice syrup
The pale, bitter, hoppy lager known best to American homebrewers as Bohemian Pilsner and typified by the classic example Pilsner Urquell is also called Czech Pilsner, Czech Premium Pale Lager, Svetly Lezak,
Ted has won several awards for this recipe, the best of which was second place Best of Show at the Masters Championship of Amateur Brewing (MCAB) in 2000.
This recipe was the runner up Best of Show at the 2014 Central Oregon Homebrewer's Organization Spring Fling in Bend, Oregon with this recipe.
German-Style Pilsener (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.055 FG = 1.012 IBU = 40 SRM = 4 ABV = 5.8% Ingredients 10.2 lbs. (4.6 kg) continental Pilsner malt (2 °L) 1.1
Noble hops are the showcase in this smooth and easy drinking pilsner, fashioned in the German-style. According to Boston Beer Co.'s website, "This unique pilsner showcases all 5 Noble hops from the world’s oldest growing regions for a distinct, complex hop character. The floral, citrusy aroma and flavors from the Noble hops are balanced by the honeyed malt notes of special Bohemian spring barley, for a crisp, fresh taste."
Progress Pilsner, created in the style of a German Pilsner, is one of three year-round beers at Market Garden Brewery in Cleveland, Ohio.
When Old World Pilsner goes US West Coast, the result is Pivo Hoppy Pils. Brewed with classic influences from Germany and the Czech Republic, Pivo is then dry hopped to pump up the floral, spicy, herbal, and lemongrass aromatics in German Saphir hops.