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Old 06-09-2014, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default Request: The One The Call Zoe

Ok, so I'm just getting the ability to use temp control with a chest freezer and I want to try my hand at lagering.
I really like, but can't get locally, The One They Call Zoe from Hops & Grain and I want to try to clone it.
I've looked and can't seem to find anything viable.

Here is what H&G gas to say about their own beer. Take what you can from it. Obviously you will had to have had the real deal at some point to make a true clone, but I'll take what I can get.
http://www.hopsandgrain.com/our-beer...they-call-zoe/

If you don't have a clone recipe but do have a tried and true dry hopped pale lager recipe, lay it on me.

Also, FWIW, I'm good with extract or partial mash.

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Old 06-23-2014, 07:41 PM   #2
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I absolutely second that request.

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Old 06-23-2014, 08:13 PM   #3
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Sounds like a vienna lager with a dry hop.

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I have no idea how close or far off I am on this to keep that in mind before being too critical.
All the numbers are on point with the original product but who knows about taste?
Guess we'll have to brew and see.

Batch: 5gal
Boil: 6gal
SRM: 5.4
OG: 1.053
FG: 1.013
ABV: 5.24%
IBU: 18.01

7# Vienna
2# Light DME
.35# Sucrose

Tradition .50oz 60min
Tradition .25oz 35min
Tradition .25oz 22min
Cascade 2.50oz Dry Hop
Amarillo 2.50oz Dry Hop

Wyeast 2308 - Munich Lager

As far as the fermentation, I'll have to do some reading up on lagering.

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Lagering time is going to be a big question. If it tastes clean and more like a light beer then I would think it's a younger lager. Maybe around 1 month of lager time. If it's bready and complex then I would think it was lagered for at least three months.

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I have no idea how close or far off I am on this to keep that in mind before being too critical.
All the numbers are on point with the original product but who knows about taste?
Guess we'll have to brew and see.

Batch: 5gal
Boil: 6gal
SRM: 5.4
OG: 1.053
FG: 1.013
ABV: 5.24%
IBU: 18.01

7# Vienna
2# Light DME
.35# Sucrose

Tradition .50oz 60min
Tradition .25oz 35min
Tradition .25oz 22min
Cascade 2.50oz Dry Hop
Amarillo 2.50oz Dry Hop

Wyeast 2308 - Munich Lager

As far as the fermentation, I'll have to do some reading up on lagering.
How did this turn out?
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I haven't given it a whirl yet. I may do it with some ale yeast and see what happens.

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Huh, the site claims it's 18 SRM, but light to golden in color? Something off....

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