Category Archives: pilsner

Bierstadt Pils Clone

It’s pils time again, as I continue my exploration of European lagers. The July/August 2018 issue of BYO magazine had a tasty looking clone recipe, for Bierstadt Lagerhaus’ Slow Pour Pils. Its simplicity was beautiful–pilsner malt, acidulated malt, Hallertau Mittelfrueh … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Try Again Bohemian Pilsner

My recent version of a Bohemian pilsner has been on tap for a few weeks, and is at its peak for enjoyment. Today, I did a head-to-head with the classic flagship for the style, Pilsner Urquell. Try Again Bohemian Pilsner … Continue reading

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Try Again Bohemian Pilsner

I’m craving a good Bohemian pilsner…especially that nice flavor and aroma of Saaz. My last effort was fairly disastrous, thanks to a bum batch of hops. Pro-tip: if it smells way too grassy before throwing them into the wort, throwing … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Palaeotis Pils 1.1

Evaluating my most recent German pils recipe. Continue reading

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The Session #125 — Pale European Lagers: The Ultimate SMaSH beers

What better epitomizes the union of a single malt variety with a single hop variety than a Bohemian pilsner? Continue reading

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