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Old 07-01-2008, 09:34 PM   #1
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Has anyone had a chance to see how this is made. I understand that you blend two brews together. In Zymurgy there was an article that talked about Righteous Liecht bier and gave a recipe for the Pislner but said to mix it with the Leicht beir and gave no recipe for it.

I assume then that the pilsner is then mixed with any light beer you make?

The recipe sounds awesome and I want to brew it but want to know if my assumption is right.

Any help would be great.

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Old 07-02-2008, 12:21 AM   #2
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Bump...

I thought that since I am on I will bump this one time.

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Doesn't leicht bier mean light beer in german, maybe it is a recipe for a light pilsner?

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That is what I assumed but it seems that there is a recipe missing for a beer to blend with the Pilsner. The article is written a bit vague.

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I think you misread a bit and they worded it very poorly.
It says:

Brewing Righteous Leicht Bier requires blending two different beers. A German style Pilsener with an OG of 1.048 and a BU of about 35 should be brewed the week before, fermented and lagered at 35F. A portion of this lagered Pilsener will be blended with the brewed, fermented and lagered Leichtess Bier.

So the recipe is for the Leicht Bier but you have to also brew a pils to blend it with.

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So they gave us the recipe for the Pilsner but not the Leichtess Bier. Gotcha.

Poorly written is right.

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