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Offline toddhert

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Keller bier
« on: December 18, 2010, 06:08:20 pm »
I've asked for a recipe for a German kellerbier before and recieved all sorts of various recipes, but none that come close to what I tasted in the small 'kellers' in Franconia. There must be a common recipe because most of the kellerbier had at least a somewhat similar taste, that of a very mild brown ale meeting up with a pilsener. I've only found 2 examples(Moosebacher and St. Georgen) of this style of beer available here in the u.s.  so it makes sense that not alot of people know what this type of beer even tastes like, but if anyone has a recipe, PLEEASE let me know. This is my very most favorite type of beer, but i can't afford $5 a bottle for the stuff! Thanks.

Offline johnf

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Re: Keller bier
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2010, 06:22:18 pm »
It's basically a highly hopped maerzen that is unfiltered and uncarbonated.