Pre-Prohibition Lager All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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This is the beer your great-great grandfather enjoyed in the years before the government turned the brewing business over to the gangsters. It is the classic American beer, a marriage of highly enzymatic American 6-row malt with enzyme-poor corn that cuts the high malt proteins. This is not the insipid macro-brew of today. Rich, with a sweetness cut by a generous addition of hops, Pre-Prohibition Lager stands proudly as a beer for the discriminating brewer and drinker.

Due to the high starting gravity of this kit, we recommend pitching multiple packs of yeast or preparing a yeast starter for best results.

Additional information

SKU

1404, 1403

Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1.045

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Pale Lager, Pre-Prohibition Lager
Fermentation Type Lager
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions
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Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
85%
(28)
6%
(2)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
c
chris d.
Really enjoyed making this kit

This is a great introductory kit to not only whole-grain but also to lagering. Simple easy to follow and the beer taste good.

M
Mark H.
Im disappointed

When I buy a kit I expect it to include everything I need, this did not. I decided to give Grain beer recipe kit a try, but its lacking. Ive noticed other kits from your company may also be lacking as the descriptions on the site are not clear. Do I need to buy yeast and hops in addition? All kits in the past include these things, yours? hard to tell, but there are check boxes to buy the stuff...Just marketing or needed?...who knows...

M
MICHAEL W.K.
Nice Kit

Brewed a 5 gallon batch of all grain Pre-Prohibition Lager. Easy to do and tastes great.

Mike from V Vermont

C
Carmine I.
Great!

This is one of the most popular brews I've made. . . I purchased it based on recommendations, and it didn't disappoint. Everyone asks if I made another one yet.

J
Josh R.
Delicious

First all grain recipe brew I've done. Followed directions mostly, cooled wort and added l13 global liquid yeast, 2 packets. Fermented for about a week between 72 to 70 degrees(warm lagering method). Transferred to keg and added gelatin, then moved to keezer and served after about 72 hours at 42 degrees. Beer turned out satisfyingly clear after about the 3rd glass and tasted better than anything I've had on tap at a restaurant, though I may be biased. Will definitely be ordering again.

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Pre-Prohibition Lager All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

Pre-Prohibition Lager All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
85%
(28)
6%
(2)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
c
chris d.
Really enjoyed making this kit

This is a great introductory kit to not only whole-grain but also to lagering. Simple easy to follow and the beer taste good.

M
Mark H.
Im disappointed

When I buy a kit I expect it to include everything I need, this did not. I decided to give Grain beer recipe kit a try, but its lacking. Ive noticed other kits from your company may also be lacking as the descriptions on the site are not clear. Do I need to buy yeast and hops in addition? All kits in the past include these things, yours? hard to tell, but there are check boxes to buy the stuff...Just marketing or needed?...who knows...

M
MICHAEL W.K.
Nice Kit

Brewed a 5 gallon batch of all grain Pre-Prohibition Lager. Easy to do and tastes great.

Mike from V Vermont

C
Carmine I.
Great!

This is one of the most popular brews I've made. . . I purchased it based on recommendations, and it didn't disappoint. Everyone asks if I made another one yet.

J
Josh R.
Delicious

First all grain recipe brew I've done. Followed directions mostly, cooled wort and added l13 global liquid yeast, 2 packets. Fermented for about a week between 72 to 70 degrees(warm lagering method). Transferred to keg and added gelatin, then moved to keezer and served after about 72 hours at 42 degrees. Beer turned out satisfyingly clear after about the 3rd glass and tasted better than anything I've had on tap at a restaurant, though I may be biased. Will definitely be ordering again.