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Old 08-24-2007, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default German Style Pilsner from Extract?

Anybody have a good extract recipe for a German style pilsner? Something ala Paulaner or Bitburger. Paulaner is excellent if you can get it close to the source, I don't think shipping treats pilsners very kindly and I can never seem to find a decent fresh pilsner near where I am.

Closest American pils I've found that I like is Victory Pils. Also, in terms of extract, anybody use bierkeller? Or should I just go with the freshest light malt I can find.

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Briess sells a very light pilsner DME. I have used it for kolsch and it came out very nice.
1lb grain=.6lb DME
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