Black Dog Lager Recipe Kit

Item Number: k99-0162

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Big Brew 2014
Black Dog Lager Recipe Kit

Jeffrey Lewis took home the gold medal in the 2013 National Homebrew Competition for this stellar recipe for Schwarzbier, which is a German dark lager. Schwarzbier has never made an appearance as a recipe for Big Brew in the past, and the AHA is proud to highlight this exciting style to homebrewers around the world! Black Dog Lager Classic Schwarzbier. A slight malty sweetness is complimented with a light roasted chocolate finish Dry yeast is optional, but original recipe calls for Wyeast or White Labs.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.050
Final Gravity : 1.015
Color / SRM : 26.40
Alcohol by Volume : 4.8%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 24

Specialty Grains : Carafa I, Munich, CaraMunich
Hops : HBU Pack, Tettnang, Hallertau

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

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Shawn Wheeler
Great ingredients but......

The packing slip mentioned a grain bag but there wasn't one. The wrong recipe sheet was included. It took a long time to get shipped.

Easy Recipe

Easy recipe to follow. Very active fermentation. Laagering it at this point for at least a month or until I have room in my kegerator! LOL

Delicous black lager with Kveik

Made a 5 gallon batch, I added an extra pound of DME to bring OG to 1.06, final gravity 1.014 for a 6% ABV. Fermented at 20 degrees Celsius, mellowed for a month and 3 weeks in the bottle with 120 grams of corn sugar.

Tastes good, not to style

The SRM of the recipe was much lighter than expected, but otherwise it was a well balanced recipe.

Excellent Recipe

Lots of positive feedback on this one at my Oktoberfest party. Malty, chocolate, biscuit, clean. Satisfying but not heavy. Used White Labs 940 yeast with a big starter and Brulosopher's quick lager method. Will do this one again.

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