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  • n. The stage in the manufacture of a lager beer when it is stored at a low temperature for maturing and clarification

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Examples

  • This processing is known as lagering, and at the end of the four weeks, it's time for filtration and packaging.

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  • Body: middle-aged white collar worker body - soft and unathleticly pudgy; a not-as-long-as-I-would-have-thought finish; probably cleaned up by the nice long, dry lagering period and the hops.

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  • This has been exacerbated by policies intentionally designed to further fracture local cohesion, such as the ban on smoking in public houses, which has turned them from centres of the community to empty, soulless places, suitable only for the lagering-up of modern youth.

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  • A wheat ale recipe is very similar to a pilsner yeast, with the exception of wheat although pilsners will often use some wheat in their recipes and the lagering process.

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  • It is true to style, requiring decoction and a lengthy and precise lagering period.

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  • Lower the temperature as slowly as possible back down to 32°F for lagering.

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • After 3 days, begin the conditioning or lagering phase.

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • You could ferment it colder—say, 45 degrees—which will take a few days longer, but you will have less funkiness that you need to take out by lagering it forever.

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • This mild, pale, light-bodied ale is made using a warm fermentation top or bottom and cold lagering or by blending top- and bottom-fermented beers.

    SECRETS FROM THE MASTER BREWERS

  • Dr Hittinger suspects lagering in its basic form-lengthy and cool fermentation-did precede the arrival of eubayanus, but that these early lagers were poor.

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