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Old 04-05-2012, 05:56 PM   #71
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SG=1.048 @75% Efficiency
FG=1.012
SRM=6
IBU=43.2 using Rager
ABV=4.8%

7lb 2oz Briess 2-row Pale (81%)
1lb 2oz Briess Caramel 20L (13%)
4oz Briess Red Wheat Malt (3%)
4oz Briess Rye Malt (3%)

Mash at a low temp like 148 for 1 hour.

Hop Schedule
0.25oz Simcoe 60 minutes
0.5oz Simcoe 30 minutes
0.25oz Amarillo 30 minutes
0.75oz Amarillo 8 minutes

Dryhop
0.5oz Amarillo 7 days
0.5oz Simcoe 7 days
0.5oz Centennial 7 days (can be increased to 1oz if not enough to your taste)

WLP001 California Ale

Extract version does not include wheat or rye malt, but should still be relatively close. Use 2 cans of Briess CBW Golden Light Extract (1.5kg per can) and 6oz Briess 20L steeped at 150-160F for 30-60 minutes.
I'll brew this (extract) recipe next week (start 4-14-12).

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Old 04-05-2012, 06:43 PM   #72
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awesome. i think it will be pretty close and have a lot of complexity. I saved the first recipe into my library so I can brew it again this summer. cheers!

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Old 04-12-2012, 08:09 PM   #73
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I'd love to try this recipe soon, but there's problem. My LHBS is out of simcoe and says that they have no idea when it's coming in next. Any good simcoe substitutions?

Also, what about adding some rye LME for us extract brewers?

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Old 04-12-2012, 09:11 PM   #74
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I don't know of a eye extract myself. You can do it without it though and it should be fine. No Simcoe substitution either. Try hopunion online or another vendor. Sorry

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Simcoe and Amarillo are pretty much sold out across the country. Some vendors may have small quantities that they want a fair amount of money for.

You can try LabelPeelers

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Finally got to try this one. Not bad. I think they got what they were going after, but I would have preferred a bit more body. That would have taken away from the "being able to drink them all day" aspect a bit, but I wasn't a fan of the huge amount of hops and the watery mouthfeel combination.

I would have preferred a low ABV IPA with a bit more backbone. Personally, I'm not drinking more than a couple in a day anyway.

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I don't know of a eye extract myself. You can do it without it though and it should be fine. No Simcoe substitution either. Try hopunion online or another vendor. Sorry
Northern Brewer makes a rye extract, but I've never used it.
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Old 04-13-2012, 05:35 PM   #78
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Northern Brewer makes a rye extract, but I've never used it.
If you can steep grains, you can use Rye. Just do a mini countertop mash using a really small cooler, like 2 gallons or less. Heck you could even do this in the brewpot if you just extend your steeping from 30 mins to 60. I'd say for most beers, as long as the rye was less than 15-20% of the grain bill, this would be your best option.
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If you can steep grains, you can use Rye. Just do a mini countertop mash using a really small cooler, like 2 gallons or less. Heck you could even do this in the brewpot if you just extend your steeping from 30 mins to 60. I'd say for most beers, as long as the rye was less than 15-20% of the grain bill, this would be your best option.
30 minutes would likely be sufficient if you used a 2:1 ratio of 2-row to rye malt. I would just start the temp at 155 for the mini mash and let it run without concern of the temp or sugar types. It is such a small amount it won't change the beer. BYO did an experiment on starch conversion times and found many people achieve conversion well under the hour mark.
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Finally got to try this one. Not bad. I think they got what they were going after, but I would have preferred a bit more body. That would have taken away from the "being able to drink them all day" aspect a bit, but I wasn't a fan of the huge amount of hops and the watery mouthfeel combination.

I would have preferred a low ABV IPA with a bit more backbone. Personally, I'm not drinking more than a couple in a day anyway.
Mash the all grain version at 154-156 and see how that works for you. That's the nice thing about a clone, you can also make changes to the beer. Cheers
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