German Blonde 1 Gallon Extract Recipe Kit


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Crisp, elegant, and easygoing - a great all-purpose pint with a Continental pedigree. Pale in color, low in bitterness.

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German Blonde 1 Gallon

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Crisp, elegant, and easygoing - a great all-purpose pint with a Continental pedigree. Pale in color, low in bitterness.
Additional Information
Beer Kit Yield1 Gallon
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for German Blonde 1 Gallon Extract Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleGerman/Czech/Continental
Original Gravity1045
Total Time to Make6 weeks
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Wish this was available as a 5 gallon kit
Easy to brew liquid satisfaction. Even non-homebrew friends loved this one. I'm going to research scaling this on up to a 5 gallon batch
May 24, 2015
What a pleasant surprise!
At first, I wasn't expecting much from this beer. The instructions and ingredients are really simple. I did change things a bit; I did add a yeast starter (1-day/24hrs.) and Irish Moss to help clear it up. It's not required but I had it in the primary fermenter for 5 days and secondary for 3. It bottle conditioned for 2 weeks and when I served it at a party everyone went crazy over it. I think this is one of those "go-to" beers that you really can't mess up and is good for all occasions. I even had a few, I-don't-like-beer tasters say, "wow, I think I would actually drink this." Surprise, surprise!!!
April 18, 2014
A GREAT summer brew
I have to start out by saying I don't like Bud, Coors, Busch, or any other watery mass produced fizzy American style beer. The only reason I bought the kit was due to it stating it had low bitterness. That way I may be able to brew something my wife would drink. Well, I am very glad I did. This is a fantastic little brew.It has a good aroma, smooth taste and a smooth, non bitter, finish. It is a very easy drinking brew that even non beer drinkers should like. We will be making this one again for some easy summer drinking on a hot day.Aged two weeks in the bottle and three more weeks cold in the fridge. Slight foaming on day one but not too much.
June 3, 2013
Great first brew!
I was really surprised with how good the beer came out, I wish it was available in a five gallon kit!
November 3, 2013
Wish it was available in 5 gallons
I'm not normally a 1 gallon homebrewer but decided to give this one a shot. I've purchased this kit several times and it's easy to brew and has a smooth taste. Little to no bitterness. Give it a try
January 18, 2014
Great Starter Kit
My son gave me this starter kit as a gift and must add it's one of the best gifts ever. Really easy to follow directions and a great tasting beer. Will brew again in the spring. Also enjoyed the Caribou Slobber and Brown Nut Ale he brewed.
February 1, 2014
Only been bottled for a week and it is really good.
February 26, 2013
Love this beer
this one really came out and shocked me i did not except much i just wanted to make a light colored beer. then i tried it and it knocked my socks off, i wish i could get this as a 5 gallon kit i have made it twice and will make it again
August 21, 2013
This was the first batch i ever tried and i can say this beer is pretty good, not too strong but a bit tingly. Just follow the recipe and instead of full yeast package use 1/2.
December 3, 2013
A good first beer!
This was the first beer I made with my home brewing set and it did not disappoint. I will be making this one again, ... and again.
November 27, 2012
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What yeast comes with kit?
A G on Mar 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Mine (just a couple weeks ago) came with Safale US-05.
This is my second one gallon brew. I would like for this to come as clear as possible.
1. I was thinking of transferring to a second fermentation but I'm not sure when. It is 24 hours since start. I have it at 62 degrees F and is bubbling slowly.
2. In that second vessel do gelatin treatment for a couple of days before bottling. Not sure when to do the gelatin in the second.
Any suggestions?
Carlos d on May 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You need to let the beer sit for 2 weeks at least in the primary fermentor. You could transfer to a secondary for a week or so after wards. Gelatin will more than likely remove all the yeast and so the beer will not carbonate or at least do it much slower. Hope this helps.
Does anyone know what steeping grains and what measure are used in this recipe?
L A on Feb 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 2 oz. of Weyermann Carafoam

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