Esb 3kg Czech Pilsner

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Matt Browne

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Hi guys

Has anyone brewed the 3kg Czech Pilsner? I'd love to get some feedback.
The Nut Brown and Babarian Wheat have turned out great!!

Thanks in advance

Matt
 

mfeighan

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Hi guys

Has anyone brewed the 3kg Czech Pilsner? I'd love to get some feedback.
The Nut Brown and Babarian Wheat have turned out great!!

Thanks in advance

Matt
get ur temps right if u use the yeast given (i think its s23) me being a noob made this with lager yeast mid summer with no temp control :icon_vomit:
i guess my experience isn't the best gauge on this kit
 

J Grimmer

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Hi guys

Has anyone brewed the 3kg Czech Pilsner? I'd love to get some feedback.
The Nut Brown and Babarian Wheat have turned out great!!

Thanks in advance

Matt

Done a few of these, most recently the bavarian lager and the bock and both turned out great. have done the czech pils and liked it will need to watch the temps though (as already mentioned). The only issue i had with these kits was with the belgium golden ale and the american pale ale, both done a number of times and have gotton very inconsistant results, with no changes to the process, techniques or ingreidents.
 

stux

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Hi guys

Has anyone brewed the 3kg Czech Pilsner? I'd love to get some feedback.
The Nut Brown and Babarian Wheat have turned out great!!

Thanks in advance

Matt
Back when I did kits i used to love this one :)

Make sure you keep the ferment less than 16 C
 

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