A light-bodied, highly-attenuated, gold-colored, bottom-fermented bitter German beer showing excellent head retention and an elegant, floral hop aroma. Crisp, clean, and refreshing, a German Pils showcases the finest quality German malt and hops. Has no fruity esters in aroma, no diacetyl.
Beer style: Low Alcohol Pilsner
Contains 2.38 kg Norwegian malt: Pilsner, Caramel.
Addons: Water justering, yeast nutrition, clarifier, cleaner, and disinfection.
Alcohol percentage: approx. 1.8%
Bitterness: 5 IBU
Color: 8.5 EBC
Intended for 23 liters wort for fermentation
Link to the recipe in Brewfather
Our different beer sets have different contents and amounts of malt. Some brewing machines can not have room for all the malt. If you choose to go beyond the manufacturer's recommendation, you will be able to experience lower yields (less OG) and you may also experience so-called "stuck mash" (the strainer becomes clogged and circulation / runoff becomes difficult).
Manufacturer`s own recommendations of malt quantity:
Robobrew BrewZilla / Digiboil:
35L: max 8 kg
65L: max 16 kg
30L: max 9 kg
70L: max 17 kg
model 10: max 2.8 kg
model 20: max 6 kg
model 50: max 13 kg
B40pro: max 9 kg
B80pro: max 20 kg
B150pro: max 35 kg
German-Style Low Alcohol Pilsner
Quite possibly the most iconic beer style in modern history, the pilsner captured the attention of beer drinkers across the world and inspired a myriad of regional imitations. This lightly colored, exquisitely balanced lager remains one of the most loved beers to enjoy, and one of the most challenging for the brewer to create. Pilsner are characteristically light in color and have a very short finish. The world over, pilsner -style lagers have become the standard beer for many reasons, and American craft brewers have worked hard to put their own unique spin on this classic German beer.
German-Style Low Alcohol Pilsner Beer
A classic German-style pilsner is straw to pale in color with a malty sweetness that can be perceived in aroma and flavor. Perception of hop bitterness is medium to high. Noble-type hop aroma and flavor are moderate and quite obvious. Distinctly different from the Bohemian-style pilsner , this style is lighter in color and body and has a lower perceived hop bitterness.
German Pilsner Lager in America
German pilsner lagers have a rich history in the United States. Some of the first breweries in the United States were started in the 1800s by German immigrants and specialized in brewing pilsner beer. Since then, American craft brewers have continued to experiment with the classic style pils. Like other German beers, pilsner lager’s crisp finish makes for a refreshing beer during the warmer months of the year. We want to help you find the next pilsener beer to keep you refreshed on a hot summer day.
- Shellfish, Chicken, Salads
- White Cheddar
- Shortbread Cookies
Glassware & Serving Temperature
Straw to Pale
Medium to Fast Rising Bubbles
Hop flavor is moderate and quite obvious, deriving from late hopping (not dry-hopping) with noble-type hops. Hop bitterness is medium to high
A sweet, malty residual aroma can be perceived. Bready or light biscuity attributes may be present.
Not common to style.
Not common to style
Very low levels of DMS aroma may be present, usually below most beer drinkers’ taste thresholds and not detectable except to the trained or sensitive palate
Medium to High
Medium - High