DKershner, No Pils Pils question
I brewed it as we discused but I lager fermented since lager yeast at 50* F and boy there is a ton of sediment.
Is this normal?
I am bringing the temp up to bottle slowly to about 66* (is at 56* now from yesterday 52*)
You can bottle lager, but make sure to let it fully ferment out before you bottle, and then some, or else bombs can occur.
Saturday will be 21 days, the lager yeast I used said "51-59 optimal up to 75.
the beer is Super clear, and smells amazing. Just was not sure if normal to have that much sediment, all the other brews have been normal. This is my first GF beer, was surprised at how much sediment considering no mash or steep was done
Sounds like time to lager. Go for it!
Well bottled it today, got 22 bottles from the test batch.
OG = 1.056 @ 66*F
FG = 1.010 @ 66*F
I did a test with 10 bottles added Raspberry extract (2ml) in 6 bottles and 2ml Strawberry Extract in 4 bottles for a test of a fruit flavor since wife loves raspberry and strawberries
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Here was my modified Recipe thanks For your help DKershner
Recipe Gravity: 1.051 OG
Recipe Bitterness: 16 IBU
Recipe Color: 3° SRM
Estimated FG: 1.013
Alcohol by Volume: 4.9%
Alcohol by Weight: 3.8%
Honey 1.00 lb, Sugar, Other
Rice Syrup Solids 0.50 lb, Extract, Extract
Sorghum Liquid Extract 1.80 lb, Extract, Extract
Cascade 0.25 oz, Pellet, 10 minutes
Hersbrucker (Germany) 0.50 oz, Pellet, 60 minutes
Kent Goldings (U.K.) 0.25 oz, Pellet, 0 minutes
Saflager S-23 Dry Lager Yeast 1.00 unit, Yeast, Temperature Range: 51°-59°(optimal), up to 75°F 11.5 GRAMS
Yeast Nutrient 3.00 unit, Additive, 1 teaspoon per Gallon of beer at pitch time
We tasted this tonight, DKershner this was a real hit!!
She loved it and wants me to start another batch so it will not run out
Good deal! Glad she liked it. It is surely an easy drinker. Enjoy, let me know how it goes from here on out.
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