Under the slightly off-white head, the traditional German and Czech flavors appear, due to the traditional way of brewing. The foundation for these flavors lies in the deep, complex maltiness - however, the scale weighs towards the bitterness and aroma of the strong hops inside.
Soft water is recommended for brewing the Mill’s Row to be able to experience all the flavors and aroma it can offer. Time is of the essence in cases of the best Pilsners and - although the beer is ready after a few weeks of fermentation - we highly recommend maturing it in the cold for even about half a year!
Once this light golden beverage is ready, just kick back, shut your eyes and taste the summer even in the chilliest days of the winter!
- Makes 5 gallons
- Style: Pils
- Malt: Pilsner
- Hops: Magnum, Saaz
- Yeast: W-34/70
- SRM (Color Range): 4
- IBU's: 50
- Estimated Alcohol by Volume: 5.1%
- Difficulty: Medium
- Ready to taste: after 12 weeks