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California Common was an accidental discovery: residents of Gold Rush-era San Francisco wanted to drink Pilsner but local brewers had to make do with primitive refrigeration techniques. The result was a hybrid style – a highly hopped, pale lager fermented at ale temperatures, and possibly America's first original contribution to the beer world. Our version exhibits earthy hop bitterness and aroma, caramel malt, and a pale copper color with a clean, crisp profile.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here! Beer Style Hybrid Beers Regional Style USA Color Light Original Gravity 1047 Total Time to Make 2 months
Browse 1 question and 1 answerShow all answers | Sort byLive in Florida and typically ferment in a spare room where temperature doesn't necessarily get that low can I still brew this beer?Best Answer: You could brew the beer still, though results would not be the best beer possible. Lager strains may throw off some off flavors at higher temperatures but the beer still turns out. If not set up for lager brewing, I would recommend ordering the beer with no yeast, and then ordering a packet of Safale US-05 for this beer.
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