"Haufbrau Helles" is just plain ole great beer

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"Haufbrau Helles" is just plain ole great beer

Postby Azorean Brewer » Wed Sep 25, 2002 12:38 am

If you are looking for a really good recipe (This is not my original, a friend of mine devised it, I simply transposed it from extract).

Sit down and plan on brewing a batch of "Haufbrau Helles", it's in the archives (all grain). Follow the hop schedule, it gets a little complex, but you bring out the best in all of the hop flavors.

You will not be sorry with this one. It is just plain ole good beer, light and "Quaffable". I have had this one bottled for 5 months (only a few left, sniff sniff) and it is better than a month after bottling.

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!@#$ straight!

Postby rcsoccer » Tue Aug 25, 2009 6:06 pm

I want to try to brew a Helles. Do you know of anywhere I can find a recipe? Or, do you have one that I can try? :)
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Re: !@#$ straight!

Postby slothrob » Wed Aug 26, 2009 7:50 pm

rcsoccer wrote:I want to try to brew a Helles. Do you know of anywhere I can find a recipe? Or, do you have one that I can try? :)

I haven't made it, but this one should be good.

Have you made a lager before? Keeping the fermentation around 50°F or a bit below is important.
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