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Munich Helles by Jonathan Plise (Malt Extract)

Munich Helles by Jonathan Plise (Malt Extract)

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Jonathan Plise has been making beer since the year 2000. He then spent the next few years researching and developing his recipes, fermentation regimen, and sanitation - Jonathan's most dramatic improvements came when he learned about oxygen and yeast starters. Jonathan became a famous homebrewer starting in 2005 when he recieved 33 awards for his beers, including several at the National Homebrewers Competition. He has also won California Homebrewer of the Year.  

Jonathan's Munich Helles is rich and complex. The malt is upfront and smooth, while being anchored by the low hop additions. He has won 9 awards with this recipe, including one Best of Show and a Gold at the NHC in 2005. Jonathan recommends White Labs WLP833 German Bock Yeast

Jonathan was also one of the original MoreBeer! employees and ran the Concord showroom for years.

  • Makes 5 gallons
  • Estimated Original Gravity: 1.048-52
  • SRM (Color Range): 4
  • IBUs: 13-15
  • Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 4.7%

 

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Liquid Malt Extract (LME) vs. Dried Malt Extract (DME)
MoreBeer! recipe kits are offered in both Liquid Malt Extract and Dry Malt Extract so that our customers can choose the format that best suits their needs and brewing style. LME is a viscous liquid, similar in consistency to maple syrup. In addition to being the more affordable option, many brewers find LME easier to handle than dry extract. DME is more condensed and comes in a powder format that is similar to baking flour. Although it’s a little more costly, DME is naturally lighter in color and stays fresher for longer. We highly recommend DME when brewing light colored beers.
 
 

 

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Haven't brewed this style
Jeff on Feb 1, 2022
It was recommended
Mark H on Mar 27, 2020
Haven't brewed this style
Jeff on Feb 1, 2022
Extract kit for award winning Munich Helles recipe
Daniel H on Apr 29, 2020
It was recommended
Mark H on Mar 27, 2020
Like the taste.
John W on Jan 24, 2019
I am looking for a good Helles recipe.
John W on Dec 27, 2018
Just love a good helles this time of the year
Roger B on Jul 23, 2018
Extract kit for award winning Munich Helles recipe
Daniel H on Apr 29, 2020
Like the taste.
John W on Jan 24, 2019
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Makes a nice Helles
This turned out a very nice Helles, it tasted a lot like Benediktiner Hell. I used Saflager 34/70 and pitched and fermented at 60 F. After two weeks I packaged and cold stored at around 38 F for six weeks. The beer dropped bright and was clean and crisp. Just remember Helles is a light lager and this is what you get, clean, crisp and refreshing.
December 17, 2021
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11 months ago