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Versatile, crisp, malty profile, light esters and a wide fermentation range, German Lager I is thought to be the world’s most used lager strain and can produce a convincing lager at ale temperatures. Fermenting in the low temperature range (45-55° F), it maintains a more crisp profile. Temperatures higher in range (65-68° F) bring out slightly heightened esters. Make sure to rest for diacetyl.
45–68° F (7–20° C)