Bock Lager Fermentation

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Bock Lager Fermentation

Postby plalo » Tue Jun 14, 2005 5:37 am

I'm attempting my first lager and I'm looking to use the Whitelabs WLP 833 Bock Lager yeast. OG should come around 1.069. Since I'm new to lagering I was curious how long my primary should take with it around 50 degrees F. I intend to lager 4-6 weeks at 34-40 degrees then.


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Around 2 Weeks

Postby BillyBock » Tue Jun 14, 2005 7:27 am

Plalo: I'd estimate 2 to 3 weeks based on that gravity. See a previous post of mine about lager yeast performance for some other background info. For best performance, and minimal off flavor production, make a big starter (twice as big as an ale's) and pitch cold (the temperature you'll be fermenting at).


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