These recipe kits ferment at much colder temperatures than ales do. The resulting fermentation takes longer, but produces a very clean, crisp beer. Lagers take several months to properly ferment and condition.
A light and refreshing Irish inspired American Lager. This beer is crisp, clean and full of earthy and floral hop flavor.
A Märzen beer which, due to the unique yeast strain, can be fermented at either ale or lager temperatures. This beer is full of malty, bready flavors and has a crisp finish.
A steam style beer with roots in San Francisco. Also known as California Common, this is an early American style unique in its use of lager yeast fermented at high temperatures.
Based on the black lagers of German origin, this is a dark beer with a mild malt sweetness and clean finish. Despite it’s black and ruby appearance, this beer is not very thick, making it a good choice for long drinking sessions accompanied by schnitzels or sausage.
An Amber lager with large amounts of Munich malt for great malt body and a balanced finish. Similar to the Vienna lagers of German origin, this is a very popular style with beer drinkers around the world.