Backyard Pilsner Recipe Kit

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Clean, crisp and refreshing. Perfect for a day in the yard.
Backyard Pilsner Recipe Kit

Sometimes on a really hot day, the drudgeries of yardwork can only be beaten with an ice cold, lightly hopped, crisp & clean pilsner. This recipe will stand up to even the most rigorous landscaping job! There's nothing wrong with beer in an ice bath.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.048
Final Gravity : 1.012
Color / SRM : 6.35
Alcohol by Volume : 4.61%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 34.9

Specialty Grains : Cara-Pils
Hops : HBU Pack, Saaz

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Backyard Pilsner Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Steve L
Great Summer Beer

Brewed with dry ale yeast. Beer is great.

Ray Hamilton
Great summer beer

I made a batch of this beer last summer and it was wonderful to drink in a warm afternoon in the backyard. It was simple and easy to make. Don't think we didn't drink it other places because we did. It was a hit with friends and relatives. I'm ordering it again for exactly the same reasons.


This beer turned out fantastic. Delicious!

Chris Viola
Great summer beer!

I brewed this one and fermented it with SafLager W-34/70 in my low-to-mid-60s basement for two weeks. It turned out a little darker than I would have liked, and despite having a floating dip tube in my keg, it was still pretty cloudy. I did some reading on Brulosophy on fining with gelatin, gave it a shot in the keg, and three days later this beer is much clearer and a little lighter. I'm sure it will only improve as it spends more time in my kegerator, but it might not last too long. I'm really happy with this one!

Sam Clark
Extract turns out dark

I knew it would. If you are looking to mimic the picture and get a bright, golden pilsner, try the all grain. Personally, I have never been able to get an LME recipe to come out light in color. Possible to sub DME like a Briess Golden Malt Extract at 4L and get better results? Maybe Iím another lifetime for me but, for you, I would highly suggest it. The recipe smelled great so Iím guessing it will be a decent Pilsner taste but at more of a pale ale color. Just close your eyes when consuming.

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