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Forum discussions containing the search term stock - etw. Last post 02 May 07, The yeast generally used with lager brewing is Saccharomyces pastorianus. It is a close relative of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast used for warm fermented ales. While prohibited by the German Reinheitsgebot tradition, lagers in some countries often feature large proportions of adjuncts , usually rice or maize.

Adjuncts entered United States brewing as a means of thinning out the body of U. Adjuncts are often used now in beermaking to introduce a large quantity of sugar, and thereby increase ABV , at a lower price than a formulation using an all-malt grain bill. There are however cases in which adjunct usage actually increases the cost of manufacture. The examples of lager beers produced worldwide vary greatly in flavor, color, composition and alcohol content.

The most common lager beers in worldwide production are pale lagers. The flavor of these lighter lagers is usually mild, and the producers often recommend that the beers be served refrigerated. Pale lager is a very pale to golden -colored lager with a well attenuated body and noble hop bitterness.

The brewing process for this beer developed in the mid 19th century when Gabriel Sedlmayr took pale ale brewing techniques [12] back to the Spaten Brewery in Germany and applied it to existing lagering brewing methods.

This approach was picked up by other brewers, most notably Josef Groll who produced in Bohemia now part of the Czech Republic the first Pilsner beer— Pilsner Urquell. The resulting pale colored, lean and stable beers were very successful and gradually spread around the globe to become the most common form of beer consumed in the world today.

Distinctly amber colored Vienna lager was developed by brewer Anton Dreher in Vienna in German speaking brewers who emigrated to Mexico in the late 19th century, during the Second Mexican Empire , took the style with them. Traditional Vienna lager is a reddish-brown or copper-colored beer with medium body and slight malt sweetness, while Mexican Vienna lager, developed by Santiago Graf [14] has a somewhat darker color and roasted flavor.

The malt aroma and flavor may have a toasted character. In Norway , the style has retained some of its former popularity, and is still brewed by most major breweries. Lagers would likely have been mainly dark until the s; pale lagers were not common until the later part of the 19th century when technological advances made them easier to produce.

The same bubblegum and cotton candy tones linger throughout, but are lost in the bitterness at times. Malt almost balances the spicy bitterness of the hops and is slightly sweet. Pleasant, unique hops flavor, with a mix of fresh grape, honeysuckle, and light spices. Some bitterness allows the other flavors to shine, but the hops are muted.

A hint of toasty biscuit malt on the back end, but lingers with a residual sweetness that seems out of character. Similar to the aroma, with moderate-to-high perfume and sweet spicy hops flavors. Just enough biscuit and bready malt to keep the balance in check.

The spiciness from the hops dances off of the medium carbonation to help lighten what feels like a higher gravity beer. Hops bitterness up front, with some spiciness, green peppercorn, and herbal characters. The earthiness lingers on the back of the tongue, but the toastiness of the malt is noticeable after the front end of the hops. Malt sweetness is biscuit-like, with a touch of candy sugar and caramel, even a bit of bread crust.

A little sweet in the start with a fair amount of bitterness on the finish. The hops bitterness is restrained. Clean Pils malt throughout. Falls slightly sweet on the palate, but the finish is crisp and carries enough bitterness to cut through.

Floral and spicy hops notes play well with the malt and bring a nice complexity. Finishes fairly dry with a slight grain-husk tannic bitterness. Fairly clean lager character throughout with a touch of malt sweetness up front that transitions into a some pithy bitterness.

A subtle lingering citrus character competes with a slight hops bite. The front hits with some bready biscuit malt sweetness, as well as some cracker. Light, fruity citrus notes, with some pear, watermelon, and spice character.

The hops are floral and spicy, which balances the malt sweetness. The bitterness is a bit bigger than the malt and hops flavors, but the beer is smooth, with a creamy mouthful. Bitter and skunky notes up front that continue to grow well after the taste is over. The hops bitterness holds some pine and earthiness, as well as some floral tones, that carry through. Biscuit sweetness emerges toward the back, but is hidden by the strong hops. Moderate bitterness up front, with skins of green apples, and a sweetness that creates an almost lemon-drop flavor.

Floral hops are present, with some slight spice and pear character, and finishes clean with a touch of light bread sweetness and hops spiciness. Light and crisp with high carbonation, but a creamy mouthfeel. The grapefruit hops flavor with a touch of lemon and lime suggests a citrus pith.

Pine resins mix with an earthy bitterness, and the malt biscuit flavors add a slight sweetness, but is overpowered by the hops. More toasty popcorn kernel and chocolate malt in the flavor with much less smoke. Moderate sweetness into moderate bitterness in the flavor. Finish is slightly bitter with a hint of smoke or peat that lingers. Good balance on the sweetness.

Roasted malt, caramel, biscuit, bread. Slightly complex malty sweet balances the hops. The light hand with bittering hops is good because the roast malt provides complementary bitterness. Light caramel in the aftertaste. Assertive hops bitterness and full resinous hops flavor, woody and sticky. Malt barely supports the hops, but does so cleanly. Huge hops flavor is skunky and pine-resiney. Bitter finish is harsh and hops astringency is over the top.

Moderate malt sweetness with a sweeter corn character. Clean lemony fruit and mild bitterness. Crisp finish with lingering bitterness softened by slight DMS.

Virtually no hops profile and very little bitterness. Could use a bit more pils character. The malt sweetness surprises on the taste and carries through to the finish. Biscuit and honey-like sweetness up front with some peach esters throughout and complementary orange and lemon. The hops provide a nice complexity of spice and earthy character, and the carbonation finishes clean and dry.

Light-bodied, with sweet, honeyed biscuit up front, followed by floral spice character. The bitterness lingers without changing flavors. Floral, vegetal, and light lemony tartness show through in the finish. Light-bodied, crisp, with some bready sweetness and a slight citrus character.

Very little hops flavor, with some pepper and bitterness up front, and a hint of floral that fades almost before you swallow it. More malt character than most Pilsners, with a prominent biscuit note and a touch of bread crust. Hops bitterness is pronounced and lingers, which mutes any hops flavors, but some pine and cattiness come through. Would benefit from some acidity. The medium-sweet backbone is a surprise.

Fresh malt, a touch of alcohol, light pine hops aroma. Balancing bitterness, but the impression is more sweet than bitter. More body than some of the others in this style. The aftertaste showcases the hops flavor. Simple clean malt profile with a delicate balance of floral and sweet, spicy hops flavors.

Carbonation is pretty high, giving it a fluffy mouthfeel but also a fairly sharp carbonic bite. The finish is a bit sweet. Rich bready sweetness up front with a lingering toast note, reminiscent of dessert bread.

Spicy hops character adds complexity, and a well-balanced bitterness persists through the finish, with a hint of pine and pithy citrus. Slightly pine-like and resinous hops flavors that become more perfumy and herbaceous as they linger. Subtle sweet malt flavors or sweet bread and biscuit. Finishes fairly dry and lightly bitter. A very subtle metallic characteristic on the finish.

Soft, slightly soapy, even thin malt. Light malt is the strongest component. Medium, balanced hop bitterness with a kiss of hop flavor.

Harsh bitterness in the finish and a bit of ethanol, too. Full hops flavor without being resinous. Sweet malt plays a supporting role. Toasty malt notes are a little different for the style. Lively carbonation complements pungent hops, leading right into the closing bitterness. Hops bitterness is the first impression. Very approachable, but bitterness lingers for a long time in the aftertaste. Soft malt softens the substantial bitterness. Aftertaste favors smoky phenols.

The malt takes charge, but the skunkiness hits up front. Some lime, spruce needles, and light floral round out the hops character and carry through the finish with some spicy bitterness. Pilsner back end, with a sulfury dry finish. The biscuit sweetness, a little honey, cracker, and malt make this complex but not too sweet. The floral hops character is nice, with just a bit of bitterness. Yeasty, with a bit of Laffy Taffy ester, and some mild smoky and spicy phenol.

Slight lemony sourness combines with a bit of melon, for a semidry finish. Skunkiness up front, followed by malty biscuit, honey, and cracker. Floral hops bring on some spice and bitterness, along with some lime. Good body and high carbonation create a nice bite at the end. Faint, soft pils malt and a restrained bitterness complement each other. Some grainy sweetness in the aftertaste keeps it from finishing as clean as it could. Light bitterness and a nice clean lager profile.

Super bright and crisp Pilsner malt character. Cracker-like malt sweetness hits up front. Hops come through with some floral and spice and mild bitterness through the taste. Finishes very dry with a lingering bitterness.

Full, sweet malt fills the first sip. Decent malt profile, if a bit simple. Caramel, toffee, and hints of cocoa. Some cardboard and sherry aftertaste. Hops are sufficient to just balance the malt. Moderate alcohol drives the sweet finish.

Some mild oxidation in the not-quite-fresh malt. Light, heathery hop flavor. Low bitterness but the finish is nonetheless crisp and clean. Well-balanced malt and hops character, with the sweet toasted cracker malt sweetness complementing the herbal and flowery tones of the hops. Clean finish and great balance. Light spicy hops, soft bready malt. Low bitterness, but it builds a little in the finish. Spicy hops are quite nice, but the sweet balance is tasty but out of style.

Grainy pils malt with mild, floral hops. Not harsh, but would like more malt. Slight astringency in the aftertaste. The light cracker maltiness with a hint of honey is sweet, but not too sweet. The hops are floral, earthy, herbal, and spicy, and the bitterness drops off at the end. Nice, dry, and clean at the finish. Bready malt, spicy pine hops flavor, pleasant balancing bitterness that builds into an almost tartness.

Still, some bready and caramel notes that are well-balanced with the other flavors. Some might find this a bit sweet for style. Clean and light with a complexity from the rice not normally found in craft Pilsner. Hops are restrained but still bring a nice floral note. Finish is dry with a touch of the rice sweetness.

A firm bitterness lingers pleasantly throughout. Moderate malt, bready and toasty. Fairly light on the hops flavor. The hops bitterness is a bit pronounced for the style, but it balances the sweetness. Sweet melanoidin malt character up front, middle roast notes.

Decent amount of body to support the flavors. Slight floral and soapy noble-hops flavors. Sweet dark bready malt, toffee, and coffee. Malt is rich, lightly toasted, and slightly nutty. Tasty, if a bit simplistic. Medium hop bitterness is balancing. Alcohol is a touch hot but dries the finish. Delicate sulfur tones, with just enough biscuit malt to soften the edges of the spice and pine hops bitterness. The bitterness lingers without overdoing it, but sits on the tongue a bit too long.

A nice, delicate sweet biscuit malt profile that complements the hops bitterness. Some light minerality adds a bit of complexity that highlights the malt character, with some earthy and musty notes. The carbonation helps open up the hops, allowing the flavors to stay on the tongue with a crisp, welcoming feel.

Smooth pils malt with an alcoholic aftertaste. Hop bitterness is medium and balancing. Some sweetness in the middle of the palate keeps the finish from being crisp. Hop flavor is about right for traditional Pils, but it seems light for a double.

Finish is sweet and could be drier with a touch more bitterness. Rich, sweet melanoidin malt. Caramelly and full, the crispy toast malt is followed by ethanol and reasonable hop flavor.

Hop bitterness balances the malt nicely. Hop flavor is somewhat piney. Finish is dry with some warmth. Less of a malt bomb than the nose implies. Smooth, clean malt with light toast notes. Sweet, bready, and crackery. Soft hop bitterness falls away in the finish to leave a fading malt sweetness. Crisp finish without much aftertaste. Starts with a biscuit sweetness, as well as some toast and roastiness and honey notes. Some of the mintiness is still present in the flavor. The lighter carbonation makes this a creamy and smooth lager that refreshes.

Bitterness up front, with some phenolic tones. Medium honey with some floral hops that add spice and complexity to the balance. The carbonation helps keep the beer refreshing and light, with a very dry finish.

A malt sweetness lingers in the finish. Malt sweetness hits up front with biscuity character. Medium body is nice and holds up the beer well.

Some soft floral notes and spice add complexity. Low on bitterness, but enough to balance the sweetness. Restrained bitterness lets the malt and hops flavor complexity linger on the finish. There is a nice sweetness through the taste. Cracker, a little lemon. The hops are delicate with notes of floral hops and a little bit of spice. The bitterness is low. The flavor carries with a biscuit malt sweetness throughout the taste. The hops provide some nice subtlety, but the taste carries the sweetness through the finish.

Nice medium body and carbonation. Light esters, very mild hops flavor. Light bitterness is stronger than the hops flavor. Faint malt sweetness and still a touch of that apple flavor.

Nice hops flavor and bitterness in the finish. Light fruit and candy sugar up front, though not particularly sweet on the finish. Tropical-fruit hops character comes across again, but balances nicely with the underlying beer. Not much bitterness, lingering fruity, earthy hops character. Crisp hops flavor competes with the malt, but malt wins in the aftertaste.

Smooth malt offers caramel, toast, and toffee. Hops flavors are a bit distracting but flavor is ultimately about malt. Alcohol lightens the body and is not overly hot. Aggressive citrus and berry hop flavors. Malt balance is clean and relatively neutral but slightly biscuity. High alpha hop character.

Bitterness is crisp and lingering, assertive but not harsh. Sweet but balanced malt is a bit too toasty for the style. Little to no hop bitterness. A hint of ethanol. Clean, crisp finish, well-carbonated and dry.

Some faint butter notes in the finish. Almost some caramel character.

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A pronounced sweetness that slowly fades and is balanced by fairly strong alcohol. Slight lemony sourness combines with a bit of melon, for a semidry finish.

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