Hey folks - I'm looking to get some usage out of my chest freezer this winter (too cold for ale fermenation since it sits in the unheated garage) and plan on brewing a lager in the coming weeks. I haven't brewed a lager before and I haven't really gotten too deep into recipe design. I am looking for feedback on the following dopplebock recipe: Og: 1.076 Fg: 1.020 - 1.028 Grain Bill: 65% euro Munich ~ 10lbs 21% pilsner ~ 3.25 lbs 6% crystal 120 ~ 1lb 5% dextrin ~ .75lb 3% chocolate ~ .50lb 100% ------ 15.5 lbs total grain Hops*: xx Hallertau xx Tettnanger *Would love some suggestions on hop volumes/varieties. I think I want to stay with 60 and 30 minute additions. Mash out @ 155 120 minute boil (longer boil since not decocting) At 75% efficiency, this grainbill should net me 1.056 pre-boil OG at 7.5 gallons of wort. A 2 hour boil would eliminate ~2 gallons of wort to hit the 1.076 planned OG. 3 weeks primary @ 50* **will raise temp once 2/3's through ferm for diacetyl rest 16 weeks at 38* I plan on using WLP833 to ferment. It's attenuation is rated for 70 - 76%, so it should hit my target range of 1.020 - 1.028. Thoughts, suggestions? Thanks in advance!