Category Archives: pilsner

Mow the Damn Lawn, Farke

This is probably one of the most memorable homebrew recipe names out there, at least for me. “Mow the Damn Lawn,” by Annie Johnson, took the gold medal at the 2013 National Homebrew Competition, and helped propel Johnson to 2013 … Continue reading

Posted in American lager, lager, pilsner, tastings | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Schell’s Pils Clone 1.1

Last year, one of my favorite recipes was a clone of Schell’s Pils, a German-style pilsner from Minnesota using 2-row malt rather than pilsner malt. I decided to have another go at this recipe, but with a few minor modifications … Continue reading

Posted in German pils, lager, pilsner, tastings | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Crystal Pils

One of my current brewing goals is to try out American noble-type hops, to see how they stack up against German varieties. I theoretically should be able to get American varieties that are fresher and slightly cheaper than their German … Continue reading

Posted in German pils, lager, pilsner | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Bierstadt Pils Clone 1.1

I brewed this recipe nearly a year ago, and found the result to be super enjoyable. Why not give it another try? I made a few modifications for hopping rate, and ditched the whirlpool hops, which were apparently a mistake … Continue reading

Posted in German pils, lager, pilsner, tastings | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Schell’s Pils Clone

It’s always lager season, and especially so during the warm opening days of fall here in SoCal. I’m continuing to explore the morphospace of pilsners, with my latest foray following a recipe in Craft Beer for the Homebrewer: Recipes from … Continue reading

Posted in lager, pilsner, tastings | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments