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Old 06-02-2009, 04:35 PM   #1
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I love Victory Prima Pils ... but as of now dont have lagering capabilites. Any recommedations on how to brew an ale that has a similar taste .. doesnt have to be a clone by anymeans but really looking for a lighter bodied heavily hopped light ale ... thanks!!

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Have a look at Biermuncher's Centennial Blonde Ale recipe in the recipes section of the site. If you want an ale that has some lager like characteristics, pick a yeast that is fairly clean (WLP001 is good) and ferment a little lower than you might otherwise, say 63-65. It will take longer, but I have had success with this.


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