HELLES. BAVARIAN CLASSIC.

One of the most popular beer styles ever conceived. A celebration of light, bready malt, with toasty hints and soft bitterness.

BASICS
VOLUME 20L 5gal
BOIL VOLUME 25L 6.6gal
ABV 4.9%
TARGET FG 1047
TARGET OG 1010
EBC 13
SRM 6.6
PH 4.2
ATTENUATION LEVEL 78.7%

METHOD / TIMINGS
MASH TEMP
65°C 150°F 75mins

FERMENTATION
12°C 54°F

INGREDIENTS

MALT
Pilsner 3kg (6.61lb)
Munich 0.8kg (1.76lb)

HOPS
(g)   Add      Attribute
Perle        10   Start     Bitter
Perle        10  Middle Flavour

YEAST
Yeast: Wyeast 2007 – Pilsen Lager™

FOOD PAIRING
Salt beef bagel with mustard & pickles
Pork belly ramen
Beetroot and goats cheese salad

Lagering is key to traditional German styles. A Helles lives or dies on its light, bready & toasty malt flavours – give them months to develop (at cold temperatures) for an outstanding Helles.

 

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