Originally Posted by nppeders
I'm thinking about doing the New Glarus Belgian Red Clone that I've seen in Zymurgy...
Bringing this thread back to life. Has anyone been able to get close with this one? Also, anyone have the exact Zymurgy clone recipe? Sounds like it might have been July/August 2007.
This is what I found elsewhere on the internet (besides the link in the last post):
New Glarus Wisconsin Belgian red Ale Clone
5# 2-row pale or 4# LME
2# wheat malt or 1.5# WME
6 oz 40L crystal
.5 oz belgian roast barley
4 qt Knudsen Just tart Cherry Juice
1 oz Hallertau (aged 1 year?) - 60 min boil
.25 oz Oak chips (optional)
Belgian Wheat Ale or regualr Ale yeast
The object here is to get 4.5 gallons of wort, boil down to 4 gallons & ferment it. Then rack 4 gallons onto the 1 gallon of cherry juice & ferment again. when finished, lager it at 32-35 for 4-6 weeks. Add oak chips in the last week.
EDIT: Also found this
, but no one seems to say how close they got to the real thing.