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SBN 07-19-2006 01:43 PM

Last Call for a Clone Recipe
I know this is old news, and I prefer doing beers with a little more uh.....character, but I'm looking for an all grain Blue Moon clone recipe to keep SWMBO happier - I'd love to see a recipe that was done by someone who's name I at least recognize - I've searched to find quite a few, but the one's I found were either partial mash or extract - I could convert them but would rather benefit from someone's experience.....

Many thanks!

sirsloop 07-19-2006 01:53 PM

Recipe type: All Grain
Batch Size: 5 Gal. US
Starting Gravity: 1.060
Finishing Gravity: 1.019
Time in Boil: 120
Primary Fermentation: 10 days 70-72 deg.
Secondary Fermentation: 7 days 70 deg.
Additional Fermentation: prime with 7/8 cup corn sugar.

7 lbs. Briess Pil's 10-14 L.
7 lbs. Wheat
1 lb. Flaked Oats
(1 lb. rice hulls) <- add more for your lauter if you can
1 oz. coriander- crushed.
1 oz. bitter orange peel- crushed (coffee grinder works well)
1 oz. sweet orange peel
1.5 oz. Saaz whole hops.
1 oz. Hattertau whole hops
Wyeast Wit beer yeast.

mashin 98 deg. 3.5 gal water 4.5 PH: rest 30 min step to 122 deg. 30 min. step to 133 deg. 30 min step to 144 deg. 30 min step to 152 deg. 90 min mashout @ 168 10 min. all direct infusion heating, stir like crazy when applying heat to avoid carmelization at bottom of mash tun. add rinsed rice hulls to mash when ready to sparge, sparge at 170 deg. 4.4 PH water. sparge out 7.5 gal. of wort. Be prepared for SLOW run off. add 1/2 oz each hop at start of boil. add 1/2 oz. each hop at 60 min's and add remaining hops at 30 min. from end and save a little for last 15 min. for aroma. add spices last 15 min. Chill, and primary in 6.5 gal carboy. should have about 5 gallons ater racking to secondary. Rouse yeast every few days in primary by shaking, and swirling. Fermented at 70-72 deg.

SBN 07-19-2006 03:45 PM

Thanks sirsloop - does anyone know if this would convert well to a single step, for us beginners?


BootYtRappeR 07-20-2006 04:26 PM


Originally Posted by SBN
Thanks sirsloop - does anyone know if this would convert well to a single step, for us beginners?


I don't see why not!

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