Tettnang Tiger Lager Recipe Pack

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Tettnang Tiger Lager Recipe Pack

SKU:7476a
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All the ingredients required to make the Tettnang Tiger recipe.

40grm Hallertauer Hersbrucker Hops
15grm Tettnang Hops
2 kg Light dried malt extract
500 g Wheat malt extract

Saflager S-23 Yeast

This recipe pack will give you 21 Litres at approx 4.2% abv.
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All the ingredients required to make the Tettnang Tiger recipe. 40grm Hallertauer Hersbrucker Hops 15grm Tettnang Hops 2 kg Light dried malt extract 500 g Wheat malt extract Saflager S-23 Yeast This recipe pack will give you 21 Litres at approx 4.2% abv. Full recipe available in our recipe section on the top menu bar.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
Do I need anything else to make the beer kits?
How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
What temperature should I ferment at?
My husband is a fan of Old Speckled Hen ale and I see you have an ingredients kit. I was wondering what brew kit I would need to accompany it. We're home brew virgins so any help would be appreciated!
i have followed the instructions to the letter and have been very careful to purify and cleanse all equipement but my bitter is cloudy when i pour it from the barrell, what should i do?
how can i decrease the alcohol content of my beer kit?
will my beer ferment quicker if i make it with less sugar?
Is there a simple formula for determining alcohol content ?
What is dry hopping?
How long does the beer keep?
Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
Is my tap water okay to use?
How do I know my beer is fermenting?
If I am bottling my lager into 500ml bottles how much sediment is produced in them?
How can I make a beer kit of 5% abv down to 4% abv.

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  • Rating
    great beer kit
    Review by thekevladon 24/05/2017
    easy to follow instructions, produced great results.
  • Rating
    Leave it to be impressed.
    Review by Paulon 12/05/2016
    This is the second time I've done this one. First one was brewed in the winter in he garage (to get temp low) and came out well. I now have a spare fridge so thought I'd give it another go with better temp control. Fermented for around 1 week at about 18 degrees and then transferred to the fridge for another 10 days. Bottled and sampled after another 2 weeks and I wasn't too impressed. However, now another couple of weeks down the line the flavours have developed and it is a lovely drink straight form a keg in the fridge! I usually do 5 litres in bottles and the rest in minikegs, that way you get to test your results and share a little with the knowledge that you have 15L to enjoy when it;s ready!.
  • Rating
    Bottle two weeks ago, already very drinkable!
    Review by Willon 23/03/2016
    Simple kit, three hop packs, so much better that just using a tin! Can't comment on the finished product yet but the beer has cleared nicely and has a good flavour already after two weeks!
  • Rating
    Nice, but
    Review by Jonon 14/07/2015
    It is a nice beer dont get me wrong but to me it doesnt really taste like a lager, this may be because i dont have any of the fancy equipment to control temp but o well still worth a try :)
  • Rating
    Great beer but could do with more details on sheet regarding ingredients.
    Review by Tonyon 03/07/2015
    Have done this brew before to great effect,currently in the fridge lagering! Noticed on the latest kit that the notes don't mention hops & quantities, just hop pack 1 etc, or instructions for the refrigeration method as per previous brew kit of the same type. I have used the info on ingredients to modify brews previously or just to increase quantity of brew.
  • Rating
    Very good if a little more challenging
    Review by Paulon 19/01/2015
    Having been born again into brewing with extract kits I thought I should try a lager even though I don't have a suitable fridge etc. However, banking on some cold weather to cool the garage in November/December I set this one off in October.
    First impression is that this is a bit darker in colour than I expected but all the signs were good and aromas promising etc. Brewed at 18 deg for 5 days then transferred to garage, where sadly for the next 2 weeks the temp probably didn't get quite cold enough. Was a little disappointed when botlling time came as although the flavour was good it didn't seem very crisp. However, come mid December this was much improved and by the time we got to Christmas it was mostly gone. This improves greatly with a bit of time and I'd not be put off by the thought of strict temperature control - it's pretty damn good anyway.
  • Rating
    I'm not usually a lager fan .....
    Review by Matton 27/03/2014
    but gave this a go. Loved it. Very refreshing. Not overly fizzy. You can taste the hops and its smooth.
    The instructions give different temperatures for different durations, but I started mine inside for 24 hours at 20 degrees and then stuck in the garage for 2 weeks (about 10 degrees). This seemed to work fine.
    Just ordered another batch.
  • Rating
    Seems good to me
    Review by HowdenBreweron 24/10/2013
    I brought this extract kit after reading the other reviews, Just bottled at 1011 pretty much exactly as predicted in the recipe, it seemed to get off slowly despite a decent sized starter but it got the job done. It tastes great out of the fv so it should be great after conditioning.

    I fermented in a fridge, luckily my old fridge sits at about 11c at setting 1 and about 2c at its coldest setting, so pretty close to the recommended temps

    Had no issues following the recipe despite is being my my first lager
  • Rating
    Best lager ever
    Review by Richardon 21/04/2013
    Until I brewed this I didn't like lager. I made it to keep my wife on side and it is truly fantastic. I fermented at 12C but ensured it had finished before lowering the temperature to 2C for two weeks of lagering. After bottling I gave it 2 weeks in the utility room to carbonate and then after just one week in the fridge at 2C I tried it. I have never had a beer be so good so quickly. It is so nice and my wife loves it too. A massive improvement over all the kits I have done. I had never enjoyed lager until I tasted this.
  • Rating
    Good things come to those who wait
    Review by UremaWon 24/08/2012
    I don't have a lagering fridge so i had to ferment it at 20deg. Even so, the results are excellent. Tasted a bit rough after month, so i aged it for another month in the corny keg and its now a fantastic pint. Mine came out slightly hazy, but it has good head retention and an excellent flavour.

    If you havent tried extract brewing yet, just do it. The results are a million miles better than any kit beer, and it's dead easy to do.
  • Rating
    Very refreshing
    Review by Iestynon 28/02/2012
    I'm not a massive lager drinker but I was proud of this. I couldn't control the temp (thankfully we had a cold snap which kept the temp low). Still not as crisp as I would have liked (my fault) but went down really well with the boys (and girls). Refreshing, light and a hint of flowery hoppiness.
  • Rating
    Tiger Lager
    Review by Markon 09/10/2011
    Thought I would try this one as I liked the other reviews. Glad I did. This has a great taste and improves with age - if you can wait a bit longer that is.

    After fermenting had finished I siphoned it off into another bucket to elliminate the sediment and left to settle for a couple of days. By doing this I get almost no sediment in the bottles.

    I normally use a teaspoon of granulated sugar per bottle for the proofing stage.This time I used brewing sugar. I wish I hadn't as it took a long time to clear and the beer was still flat after four weeks. I t has got better atr the six weeks stage. I also used brewing sugar for proofing with the Wat to Amarillo batch. This was the same and seemed to add a sweetness to the flavour of the beer. Therefore I shall be using graniulated in future at the bottling stage. Put it down to trial and error.
  • Rating
    From kit to extract..... Wow
    Review by Als Palson 05/10/2011
    Made this as my first extract coming from kits, spent 2 weeks fermenting than 4 weeks lagering. Bottled it up and let it condition before trying at 2 weeks and was pretty disappointed! Left it for another 4 weeks and wow! What a beer, crisp, nice hoppy twang and very refreshing. Will defo be doing this again with maybe different hops, my lager loving mates can't believe it's a home brew! Great job on the recipe Greg!!
  • Rating
    Brilliant Lager
    Review by Andyon 10/09/2010
    This is a brilliant lager, all my lager drinking friends consider this their favourite now. Give it a go if you're thinking about it.