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Old 08-21-2005, 05:06 PM   #1
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Does anyone have an extract recipe for a warsteiner clone. Guy gave me a couple the other night, and I liked what I had. Is this just a German lager, or some other sub-style?

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Old 08-21-2005, 07:17 PM   #2
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I think if you brew up a german lager, you'll come close, I would think... Warsteiner is not as bitter or hoppy as a Dutch type lager. But I've always wondered if Warsteiner didn't have just a little bit of wheat in it...

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Thanks. Iwasn't sure that was all there was to it. The Warsteiner tasted like a Dos Equis or maybe even a Killian's red. I'll dig around and see what I can find for a German Lager recipe.

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Does anyone have an extract recipe for a warsteiner clone. Guy gave me a couple the other night, and I liked what I had. Is this just a German lager, or some other sub-style?
Damn Monkey Man, I feel like such an idiot...there's a Warsteiner in Clone Brews. You've got to steep some grains, but hell, I know you've got a strainer:

Crush and steep in 1/2 gal. 150F water for 20 min.
6 oz. 2.5L German light crystal malt
1/2 lb. German Munich Malt

Strain and sparge w/ 1/2 gal. 150F water. Add water to make 1.5 gal, boil, then add:
6.6 lb. light LME
2 ox Tettnanger @ 4.5% (9 HBU)

Add water to 2.5 gal. Boil for 45 min. then add:
1/3 oz. Hallertau
1 tsp. Irish Moss

Boil for 15 min.

Yeast: Wyeast 2124 Bohemian lager yeast, or, Wyeast's 2206 Bavarian lager yeast.

Bottle with 1 1/4 cup extra-light DME

Again, sorry I didn't pass this on sooner
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El P.,
Thank you very much ! If I can't actually lager it, should I use a different yeast ? Can't , as yet, talk the family into giving up the fridge.
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