When we go ice fishing, we try to bring ice beer like Icehouse, as it does not freeze so quickly. Although it is getting harder and harder to find ice beers, the ice beer craze of the 1990s being long over.
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Anyone been to the Czech Republic and tried this beer?
Světlé Výčepní Pivo 3-4% (8-10° Plato) Pale, low-strength lager. In German the name translates as "Helles Schankbier". Usually highly-attenuated and fairly hoppy. Not lagered for any great time, such beers are sold 3-4 weeks after mashing. The most popular style of beer in the Czech Republic.
Sounds like a 'session' Bo Pils. Curious if anyone's had a proper one or any tips on adding some character to a 3% brew. Love the idea of it.
Thinking Weyerman Bohemian Pilsner base with some carafoam and/or carahell. Saaz hops of course, and 2000 yeast. Seems like the sort of style that the intense Czech decoctions may help.
@chumley, did you say bourbon barrel doppelbock? That sounds like a wonderful treat
My understanding that breweries in Belgium don't use "style guidelines"
Brew it the way you want it; submit it; take a point hit for the color.
Edit: Also, all BDSA are Quads but not all Quads are BDSA (think I got that right, or it's vice-versa )