Harkening back to the old country tradition of using anything fresh and local in brewing, we've worked with Ames Farm of Minnesota to deliver a seasonal single source honey that pairs perfectly with this delicate German-style pilsner. The unique German lager strain can work over a wide range of temperatures, so refrigeration isn't a constraint, though cool temperatures will help keep the lean, crisp character extra clean and sparkly.
Whether you make it clean or characterful, you'll love the sojourn of the senses that comes with this dry, hint 'o honey pilsner.
Read How to Make a Lager.
|Total Time to Make||4 weeks|
|Beer Style||Hybrid Beers|
|Beer Recipe Kit Instructions||Click here for recipe kit instructions|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
A bit more hoppy than I was going for. This is very good beer (the oktoberfest is unbeatable though)
Last batch was Ale , and required I use a heated ,& insulated box to maintain the proper fermentation temp's , ( PS there is snow & ice , and lows of 12 degrees where I live ) so this batch kit is Lager , and so far works great ! we'll see in 2 weeks , when the bottles have set for a wile !