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How to Brew Your Own German Beer, Hop & Gose from a Bag

The next time you’re at your favorite pub, a German beer bar, or beer store, and want to try a couple of your favorite German beers, try one of these easy German recipes to make your own.

In this article, we’ll go over the steps, the ingredients, and the process to make German beer beer, hop & gose.

How to Brew German Beer Beer and Hop & gosse: Ingredients German Beer & hops: 4 to 6 cups of dry malt beer, such as Munich malt or Munich Lager.

4 cups of water.

4 to 5 lbs of hops, such like Cascade, Citra, or Amarillo. 

1 gallon (1.8 L) of dry wort, such a Munich, Hefeweizen, Hefe, or Wheat beer.

1 gallon of water, such an ale or lager.

1 to 2 cups of grain.

6 cups (1 1/2 L) or more of yeast.

Ferment for at least 30 minutes.

Add grain to wort after fermentation.

1.

Make the wort: Add 1 1/4 cups (2 L or 6.4 L) dry malt or other malt to 6 gallons (16 L) water and 1 cup (60 mL) of hops.

Warm wort to 72 °F (21 °C).

Cool wort for 3 hours.

Add hops.

Remove wort and chill for 4 hours.

Cool wort.

Add yeast and continue fermenting for 3 more hours.

Cool worts, or if needed, stir in 1 teaspoon of yeast sugar to help the yeast aerate.

Make sure you add the worts to a cold, clean, well ventilated area.

Add a couple drops of yeast nutrient to the bottom of the container and let the yeast germinate for about 10 minutes.

Remove wort from fermenter.

Let the yeast settle in the wicking solution for at most a few days.

Add 1 cup of water to the w/o stirring and stir it occasionally.

When the wtilt begins to rise, add more water to cool it.

Cool to 70 °F (~24 °C), then add 1 cup more water, stirring constantly, until the wtnter is about 3 inches (7 cm) tall.

Let this cool to about 75 °F (-22 °C) then add the rest of the ingredients to the fermenter, and continue to ferment for a few hours, adding more water as needed.

The yeast will get into the wnty to add to the beer, which should be about an inch (2 cm) high and slightly thick, and about 1 inch (3 cm) wide at the top.

After 3 days, the wtlth should be slightly thicker, with a little bit of a bubble.

Let it sit for another 2 days.

Let stand for 1 to 3 days.

Rack.

Brew beer.

Pour beer into a glass or mug.

Stir with a spatula.

Let cool for about 2 to 3 hours, or until a few drops of beer foam forms.

Let sit at room temperature for at best 4 hours before serving.

Notes: German beer is often brewed with a blend of malts and hops.

It is also sometimes brewed with wheat malt and oats.

In this recipe, the Munich malt is substituted for Munich Lagers, Munich Lactose is substituted, and Munich malt and Munich Lactic acid is substituted.

You may also want to substitute a few different types of grains and adjuncts to make a German lager or beer.

German beer usually comes in a 2-liter (8.4-ounce) glass or a 5-liter keg.

The recipe above calls for a 4-gallon (11.2-L) glass.

If you have a smaller glass, such the 6-liter glass, you may want to use 4 cups (240 mL) or 6 cups or more.

For this recipe I used 1.4 gallons (2.5 L) German beer.

The recipe assumes 2 to 6 pounds (1 kg) of grain to ferment the beer.

This recipe will not work with the same amount of grain as I have.

You will also want a clean and ventilated room to ferment your beer, or in this case, your wort before using it.

If your beer is not ready to use, it will not ferment and you will have to discard the beer before it is ready to drink.

If the beer is ready, then pour it into the glass or pour into a large pitcher.