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Kit B:
When creating extremely plain lager recipes, I'm finding that many don't readily fit into a BJCP style.
For instance, I was just looking at making an easy drinking lager like this:

11 gallons:
10# 2-Row
8# Munich
1 oz Northern Brewer 8.5% - 45 min
1 oz Northern Brewer 8.5% - 25 min
2 pk Wyeast 2124 Bohemian Lager

Hochkurz Mash:
144*F - 30 min maltose rest
158*F - 60 min dextrinization rest
Double batch sparge

Ferment at 45*F until krausen falls
Diacetyl rest at 68*F for 5 days
Lager 6 weeks at 35*F

Any idea what I'd call it?

Joe Sr.:
Beer?

Kit B:
Thanks...That was incredibly helpful.
 ;)
Ha!

jeffy:
Looks like a Vienna Lager to me, but I haven't plugged it into a brewing program to match the stats on color or BU's.

blatz:

--- Quote from: jeffy on August 31, 2011, 11:01:29 AM ---Looks like a Vienna Lager to me, but I haven't plugged it into a brewing program to match the stats on color or BU's.

--- End quote ---

yeah - it'd be a little lighter I guesstimate, and obviously without the namesake malt, but to me it looks like a vienna.

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