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weinberghere 06-15-2013 05:52 PM

Does anyone have a clone recipe for the budvar super strong 7.6abv?
 
Hey there everyone. I am. We to the community and was wondering if anyone had a good clone recipe or similar recipe for a good Czech style pilsner? This will be my first attempt at a lager but I have a regulated fridge ready to go.

weinberghere 06-15-2013 05:58 PM

Hey there everyone. I am. We to the community and was wondering if anyone had a good clone recipe or similar recipe for a good Czech style pilsner? This will be my first attempt at a lager but I have a regulated fridge ready to go.[/QUOTE]

weinberghere 06-15-2013 05:59 PM

Hey there everyone. I am new to the community and was wondering if anyone had a good clone recipe or similar recipe for a good Czech style pilsner? This will be my first attempt at a lager but I have a regulated fridge ready to go.

Yooper 06-15-2013 06:55 PM

A good Czech style pilsner (Bohemian pilsner) is 100% pilsner malt with saaz hops.

I used a little carapils in mine. It's a double decoction. It's very much like this recipe (http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f58/bohe...dalist-110497/), except for the yeast strain. I do not like S-23 lager yeast, and would use the Budvar strain of lager yeast. http://www.wyeastlab.com/rw_yeaststr...tail.cfm?ID=23

Make sure you use enough yeast (use a yeast pitching calculator to verify, but about 3-4 packages of yeast if no starter is made) and pitch at 45 degrees and ferment at 48 degrees. After a diacetyl rest, I'd lager for 6-8 weeks at 34 degrees.


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