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Home » Recipes » Oktoberfest Winner - Craig Shapland's Eisbock
Oktoberfest Winner - Craig Shapland's Eisbock
What a week! Craig originally broke this beer out for a segment of the Tasting Room where it wowed host Tom Leykis. Following that success, Craig dropped a bottle of this deep rich caramel laden Eisbock on the judges at the Oktoberfest, where it scored a whopping 45.5!
Style:    Eisbock
Brewed by:    Craig Shapland
Batch Size:    5.5 Gallons
Boil Time:    90 Minutes
Estimated OG    1.080
Actual OG    1.080
Est. IBU    26.0 IBUs
Efficency    73%
Est. Color    15.1 SRM
Recipe Index | Promash File
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltser Amount Percentage
Munich Weyermann 8.5 lbs 51.5%
Pilsner Weyermann 3.0 lbs 18.2%
Vienna Weyermann 2.5 lbs 15.2%
Crystal 60L 1.0 lbs 6.1%
Crystal 20L 1.0 lbs 6.1%
Cara-Pils Malt 0.5 lbs 3.0%
Hops
Name Form Alpha Amount Time
Hallertauer Hersbrucker Whole 4.75% 1.0 oz 90
Saaz Pellet 3.75% 1.0 oz 30
Saaz Pellet 3.75% 0.5 oz 5
Yeast
Man. Code Name Type Amount (Starter)
Wyeast 2206 Bavarian Lager Liquid
Mash Schedule
Step Rest Temp Rest Time Heat Water
Protein Rest 122°F 30 minutes Infusion 2.57G
Intermediate 140°F 15 Direct
Sacchrification 154°F 45 Direct
Mashout 168°F 20 Direct
Sparge 168°F 20
Extras
Notes

Ferment at 50 degrees for four weeks
Rack and lager at 34 degrees for four months
Rack into corney keg and reduce temp to 28 degrees for 24 hours
When beer turns slushy, rack the unfrozen portion into new corney
Carbonate to 2.5 volumes of co2 and enjoy!

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