|9.00 pounds||German Pilsen Malt (2-Row)||48.3%|
|9.00 pounds||German Light Munich Malt||48.3%|
|0.50 pounds||German CaraHell (Light Crystal) Malt||2.7%|
|0.13 pounds||German Carafa III De-Husked Malt||0.7%|
|18.63 pounds||Total Grain Weight||100%|
|2.00 ounces||Hallertauer Mittlefruh||90 min||4.1%|
|1.25 ounces||Magnum||60 min||11.6%|
|2.00 ounces||Hallertauer Mittlefruh||10 min||4.1%|
|5.25 ounces||Total Hop Weight|
Single infusion at 150F or single decoction mash profile.
From the German Bier Institute:
Literally "cellar beer," this is an unfiltered lager, usually strongly flavored with aromatic hops. Kellerbiers come in a wide range of strengths, but they are often brewed to an Okoberfestbier-Märzenbier strength of about 5 to 5.3% alcohol by volume. More often than not, a Kellerbier is deep amber in color, perhaps with a reddish tinge, as a result of a good addition of slightly caramelized malt (called Munich malt) to the grain bill. Authentic Kellerbiers have very little effervescence, because they are typically served "ungespunded" (unbunged) meaning they are matured in wodden casks with the yeast still active, but with the bung ("Spund" in German) not tightened.