"Luther’s fondness for beer is well known, and on the evening of that eventful day at Worms, April 18, 1521, the Duke Erich von Braunschweig sent him a pot of Eimbecker (Einbecker) beer, to which he was specially addicted.” Einbecker evolved into the Bock style that flourishes to this day — an extra strong beer, malty with a smooth hop finish. Einbeck beer is described as “thin, subtle, clear, of bitter taste, has a pleasant acidity on the tongue, and many other good qualities.”
This Northern Brewer recipe kit was accomplished on an electric Spike Brewing system, on 3-12-22. Adjusted "Efficiency" down from 80% (projected) to 74% to more accurately reflect actual OG obtained. Also of note, one smackpack of yeast was used to create a starter and the second blended with it prior to pitching.
LaChouffish V2 2 red wheat for head retention, .25 acidulated, -1 sugar (reduce cidery), 2 2row, 3 oz coriander pestle cracked / stick blender coriander goes in with second hops (at 10m boil)
----------------------------------------------- Gewenst begin SG 10 Gewenst eind SG 10 Alcohol: % Kleur: EBC IBU: Maishwater 12L van 80°C Spoelwater 16L van 90°C Moutstort: Vienna 100% 5KG Hop gift: 50 gram Sterian Goldings op 90 min 30 gram Saaz op 10 min Maishen: 12 liter maishwater opgewarmd naar 80? Na moutstort kwam deze op 69°C Maishtijd 69°C 90 min Na 45 min vlam aan om op te warmen Spoelen: 16 liter (volle pan) spoelwater naar 90°C Spoelen tot 20 liter tot SG10 Aantal ...