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Old 11-30-2012, 02:18 PM   #11
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:47 PM   #12
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Haha, I didn't know that was possible. Does it actually lager well? I'm a fan of US-05 ales.


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Haha, I didn't know that was possible. Does it actually lager well? I'm a fan of US-05 ales.
LOL, never lagered it so I don't know.

I use this recipe for what I call my "10 'n 6" Pils: 10 days in fermentation and 6 hours for carbonation. US-05 is super clean and I have used it in many lager-style beers: Schwarz, Bock, Pils. It works perfectly albeit not necessarily "true to style".

I entered a Schwarz that I did in a competition and although it didn't win it got many favourable comments... in the lager category.
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I'm tempted to try this now. Might make lagers interesting to me.
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