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Red Hickory Lager

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Red Hickory Lager

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Beer Style: Premium American Lager  (1C)
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons

Premium American Lager


I made this batch after taking quite a while brewing a wheat beer. I pulled a couple of bags of hops out of my freezer, grabbed two cans of malt, and threw together a quick-n-easy brew. The Bullion, Fuggles, and Willamette all smelled so good, I couldn't decide between them, and figured since they were only going in for a minute, why not try all three! Well, it turned out so good, I'll be making quite a bit more!

I'll probably try this as an ale next. It was quite clean as a lager, though with a good hoppy aroma (not too much hops flavor...). Might try Whitbread ale yeast, or a clean-finishing Wyeast with some fruit subtleties. Also, might boil some of the finishing hops a bit longer to try to get some hops flavor. Good quenching Summer beer!


  • 3.3 pounds, M & F amber malt extract
  • 3.3 pounds, M & F light malt extract
  • 1 ounce, Saaz hops (60 minute boil)
  • 2--3 pinches, Irish moss
  • 1 ounce, Bullion pellets (boil 1 minute)
  • 1 ounce, Fuggles hops (boil 1 minute)
  • 1 ounce, Willamette hops (boil 1 minute)
  • Whitbread lager yeast
  • 3/4 cup, corn sugar (to prime)

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