Cloned from oboyle.todd / Munich Helles

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Crystal Helles

Munich Helles

Style: Light Lager - Munich Helles

Batch size: 5.0 gallons
Boil size: 5.5 average gallons
 

Recent Brews

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OG 1.054  FG 1.014
The yeast, again, took a while to get started, but did their job. The flavors were a bit sweet and off at 30 days. I'm hoping another 30 of lagering this will mature it nicely.

The final product was ok. The yeast seemed weak during the ferment and you could feel this weakness in the final product. It's drinkable but not anything to write home about.

Fermentable Sugars

Style Guide
% LB OZ Description Late PPG °L
0 9 0 Pilsner malt 34 1
0 1 0 Munich malt 37 8
Original Gravity
1.000
Final Gravity
1.000
Color
1° SRM

Bittering & Spices

Use Time OZ Description Form AA%
boil 60 1 Crystal pellet 4.1
boil 20 0.5 Hallertau Mittelfrüh pellet 4.5
Bitterness

0.0 IBU
ƒ: Tinseth

BU:GU

0.0

Yeast & Bugs

Strain Type Form Attenuation
Mangrove Jack's Bohemian Lager Yeast lager dry 72
Alcohol

0.0% ABV

Calories

0 per bottle

Priming & Storage

Fermentable Grams OZ Teaspoons Cups
Corn sugar 0 0 0 0
Table sugar 0 0 0 0
Honey 0 0 0 0
Dry malt extract 0 0 0 0
Temperature

70.0°F

Volumes

2.5

Bottles

0

Brew Timeline

  1. Start  
  2. ... 
  3. 14 days Prime and bottle
  4. ... 
  5. 28 days Relax, don't worry, and have a homebrew!
Mash Efficiency

75%

Steep Efficiency

50%

Brewday Time

2.5 hours

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