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Old 11-08-2007, 06:20 AM   #1
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Default Rouge Dead Guy Clone

Looking for an AG clone for RDGA. Sorry..... R O G U E
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Old 11-08-2007, 01:29 PM   #2
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Yooper has one in the database:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showpost.php?p=254636&postcount=1

AG conversion at the end of the recipe.

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Old 11-08-2007, 02:22 PM   #3
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I just did this one again- it's been in bottles about 8 days. I didn't have pacman yeast but had pacific ale yeast with a starter. I fermented it cool (my house is in the 62 degree range) and it tastes pretty good. I'll try it gain it a couple of weeks.

Because I used maris otter malt and pacific ale yeast, though, I'm calling it an "Unclone". I have a Dead Guy in the fridge now, and I'll compare them head to head in a couple of weeks and see how close it is.

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Old 11-08-2007, 02:23 PM   #4
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I have one in my sig. too. Based off Yoops plus info I gleaned from an interview with John Mayer on the Brewing Network (more munich that Yoops)


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Old 11-08-2007, 05:35 PM   #5
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Nice looking recipe Clay. I'll be curious to know how it comes out. I think I'd lower the base malt a bit for me though. An anticipated ABVof 6.3 seems a little high.

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Nice looking recipe Clay. I'll be curious to know how it comes out. I think I'd lower the base malt a bit for me though. An anticipated ABVof 6.3 seems a little high.
6.3 is actually low. From the Rogue site, Dead Guy seems to be about 6.8% ABV

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Oh! Well I stand corrected. I may "borrow" heavily from your recipe then if things turn out well. Thank fully Rogue does a good job describing their beers so we can make something pretty close. Thanks

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yeah, well the Dead Guy is someone who gave me crap on the forum!!!!!!

Anyway, Gabe I"m trying to PM you but your inbox is full!
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I just did this one again- it's been in bottles about 8 days. I didn't have pacman yeast but had pacific ale yeast with a starter. I fermented it cool (my house is in the 62 degree range) and it tastes pretty good. I'll try it gain it a couple of weeks.

Because I used maris otter malt and pacific ale yeast, though, I'm calling it an "Unclone". I have a Dead Guy in the fridge now, and I'll compare them head to head in a couple of weeks and see how close it is.
Just am bottling up your Fat Tire clone with Fat Tire yeast...I suppose I should make this one up with this pacman I just cultured...
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