Brewing: Pilothouse Pilsner
Features: fresh, fruity, golden, crisp and delicious (5.2% abv)
Price Range: $17.50
Overall Rating: Coming Soon spring 2010
Combine the traditional classic Pilsner taste with the fresh fruity aroma of 'Nelson Sauvin' hops and prepare yourself to be swept away. This pale golden Pilsner promises to deliver a remarkably crisp and refreshing brew invoking hints of memorable South Seas aromas.
2 Cans Pilothouse Pilsner HME
2 Packets Dry Brewing Yeast (under lid of HMEs)
1/2 Pouch Booster (optional)
1 Packet One-Step™ Sanitizing Cleanser
INGREDIENTS: MALTED TWO ROW BARLEY, HOPS, HOP EXTRACT, WATER, AND YEAST (Packed Under Lid).
Fermentation, Carbonation And Conditioning Times:
21 days for fermentation
21 days for carbonation
28 days minimum conditioning at 50-70F
02 days minimum in fridge
Fermentation: 20-Mar/10-Apr (68-76F)
Carbonation : 10-Apr/01-May (68-76F)
Conditioning: 01-May/29-May (50-70F)
Brewer's Comments: "This is my sixth attempt at brewing beer, my first using a recipe that includes 2 cans of (HME). I sampled this brew after 14 days of fermentation, the taste was very pleasing with a nice hoppy aroma consistent with the very best pilsner beers. I will let this brew ferment as planned for another 7 days before bottling it up, even though it did not taste at all sweet.
I decided to add 1/2 pouch of Booster to the wort to increase the alcohol content by .6 abv. and to increase the body of the beer."
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