North German Pils. This pilsner is lighter in colour and has a much more pronounced hop flavour than the Bavarian example. Saaz hops provide the bitterness. Fermentation and dispensing as Bavarian Pilsner. Although it is acceptable to ferment this beer at room temperature, a cleaner taste will result from the genuine bottom fermenting yeast if the temperature can be held between 12°C and 16°C. It's worth noting that this Pilsner is best bottled after brewing because of carbonation (fizz) issues; you can just decant it into air-tight bottles for storage. - Not that you should be storing it for long, beer is made for drinking!
Makes 10 litres, or approximately 17.5 pints. You will need a DIY Beer Starter Kit or some other homebrew equipment to use this refill
Although the Beers of the World kits have been designed for use with The BruBox, they can also be brewed using normal home brewing equipment. All kits make 10 litres of top quality beer.