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Old 08-31-2012, 05:41 PM   #1
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Default New Holland Cabin Fever Clone Request

Its been a while since I had one, but I remember really enjoying it last winter. Does anyone have a clone recipe that I could use to base my own brown ale off of?



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Old 08-31-2012, 06:53 PM   #2
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I second this. I love this stuff..



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Old 09-05-2012, 02:14 PM   #3
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Im thinking about trying molasses to get that creaminess and body, anyone have this beer that could help give me some guidance?

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Decided to give it a shot myself. This is the first time trying to clone a beer from scratch and would love some feedback from someone that has more experience and has had the original.

30 gallon AG Recipe

40# 2 row - 69%
6# flaked oats - 10%
5# victory - 9%
3# caramunich - 5%
2# chocolate malt - 3%
2# crystal 60L - 3%


2oz Columbus at 60min
2oz US Northern Brewer at 15
1oz willamette at whirlpool

Target OG - 1.053 at 80% efficiency (we have been hitting 84% lately)
Target FG - 1.012

SRM-21
IBU-25
ABV-5.5%

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Old 10-10-2012, 03:49 PM   #5
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Nobody? Do I suck? lol Anyone have this beer before or have any input on my recipe?

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How did your clone turn out?

I had this beer for the first time and would love a recipe.

Thanks
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It turned out maltier, like an English Brown, than I wanted. I also think we have some issues somewhere in our process. I would expect with this much cara and flaked oat to have a beer with a heavy mouth feel and thick head. This turned out thinner bodied and the head was larger bubbles that dissipate quickly, almost no lacing. This was our fist time doing a double boil in 1 20g blichman pot and a keggle so it was a little experimentation. We only ended up with 27g in the fermentors.

Measured OG 1.060
Measured FG 1.010

Any ideas on what caused my weak head?

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Thanks for the update. Sorry you weren't happy with the end result.

I'm fairly new so not much help but appreciate learning.

Thanks again.

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We mashed at 155 and had a nice slow lauter. Anyone have input into what could have caused this thin head?

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btw, we use basically the same process on other beers like our RIS and its has great thick brownish head.



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