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Recipe by MikesHomeBrew Kölsch All Grain 5.50 Gallon Batch 60 Minute Boil 70% Efficiency Created 2/6/2021 Updated 2/6/2021 No Reviews 0 Brew Log Comments

1.054

OG

1.014

FG

5.3%

ABV

21

IBU

6

SRM

 

 

Notes

A Kolsch is a German-style ale that is bright gold in color, light bodied, and crisp on the palette. A slightly longer, cold aging period provides a clean, smooth and lager-like finish.

Fermentables

Amount Fermentable Use %
9.00 lb Pilsen (DE) Mash 81.82%
1.00 lb Honey Boil 9.09%
0.50 lb Carapils (US) Mash 4.55%
0.50 lb Caramunich 60L (DE) Mash 4.55%

Hops

Amount Hop Use Time AA IBU
1.25 oz Hallertau - Pellet Boil 60 Minute(s) 2.7% 11.71
1.00 oz Tettnang - Pellet Boil 20 Minute(s) 4.5% 9.46

Yeast

Name Attenuation
White Labs WLP029 German Ale / Kolsch Liquid Yeast 72% - 78%

Other

Name Amount Use Time
Hibiscus 2.50 oz Secondary 7 Day(s)

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