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2006 Brewers Association Style Guidelines

Major Style:Lager
Sub-Style Name:American-Style Low-Carbohydrate Light Lager
Origin:North American

These beers are extremely light straw to light amber in color, light in body, and high in carbonation. They should have a maximum carbohydrate level of 3.0 gm per 12 oz. (356 ml). These beers are characterized by extremely low attenuation (often final gravity is less than 1.000 (0 ºPlato), but with typical American-style light lager alcohol levels. Corn, rice, or other grain adjuncts are often used.

Flavor is very light/mild and very dry. Hop flavor, aroma and bitterness is negligible to very low. Very low yeasty flavors and fruity esters are acceptable in aroma and flavor. Chill haze and diacetyl should not be perceived.

Alcohol By Weight (by Volume):2.8-3.5% (3.5-4.4%)
Colour:1.5-10 (3-20 EBC)
Original Gravity:1.024-1.036 (6-9 šPlato)
Final Gravity:0.992-1.004 (-2-1 šPlato)

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