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nukinfuts29 12-11-2011 10:32 PM

Hard to find recipes
 
Where do you guys go when you can't find a recipe for a beer here? I have about 116 beers to track down recipe's for, none of which are mainstream (at least not in the US) and I'm striking out on the vast majority of them.

Yuri_Rage 12-11-2011 10:38 PM

List them. I bet you get results for about 25% of them almost immediately with no further effort. The rest will come with time and Googling.

nukinfuts29 12-11-2011 10:39 PM

Alright. I'm working off this list. Ignore the US and the obvious like Guiness and Heinekin.

http://www.sloshspot.com/blog/11-19-2008/Around-the-World-in-116-Beers-80

MOD EDIT:
Albania: Birra Tirana
Angola: Cuca
Antigua and Barbuda: Wadadli Gold
Argentina: Quilmes Cerveza
Armenia: Kotayk
Australia: Victoria Bitter
Austria: Stiegl
Azerbaijan: Xirdalan
The Bahamas: Kalik
Barbados: Banks Beer
Belarus: Baltika
Belgium: Duvel
Belize: Belikin
Bolivia: Pacena
Brazil: Skol
Bulgaria: Zagorka Special
Burma: Myanmar Beer
Cambodia: Angkor Beer
Cameroon: “33” Export
Canada: Molson Canadian
Chile: Cristal
China: Tsingato
Colombia: Cerveza Águila
Democratic Republic of the Congo: Primus
Costa Rica: Imperial Beer
Croatia: Osjeco Pivo
Cuba: Cristal
Cyprus: KEO
Czech Republic: Staropramen
Denmark: Carlsberg
Dominica Republic: Presidente
Egypt: Stella Lager
El Salvador: Pilsener
Eritrea: Golden Star Beer
Estonia: Saku Originaal
Fiji: Fiji Bitter
Finland: Karhu III
France: Kronenberg 1664
Gabon: Regab
The Gambia: Julbrew
Georgia: Kazbegi
Germany: Oetinger Pils
Ghana: Star Beer
Greece: Mythos
Guatemala: Gallo Cerveza
Guyana: Carib Beer
Haiti: Prestige
Honduras: Port Royal Export
Hungary: Dreher
Iceland: Viking
India: Kingfisher Premium
Indonesia: Bintang
Ireland: Guiness
Israel: Gold Star Beer
Italy: Peroni
Jamaica: Red Stripe
Japan: Asahi
Kenya: Tusker
North Korea: Taedonggang Beer
South Korea: Cass
Laos: Beer Lao
Latvia: Aldaris
Lebanon: Almaza
Lithuania: Svyturys Beer
Luxembourg: Diekirch Beer
Macedonia: Skopsko
Madagascar: Three Horses Beer
Malta: Cisk Lager
Mauritius: Phoenix Beer
Mexico: Corona Extra
Mongollia: Khan Brau
Montenegro: NikšiÄ�ko Pivo
Morocco: Spéciale Flag
Namibia: Windhoek Lager
Netherlands: Heineken
New Zealand: Steinlager
Nicaragua: Tona
Norway: Ringnes
Pakistan: Murree Beer
Panama: Atlas Beer
Papua New Guinea: SP Lager
Paraguay: Baviera
Peru: Cusqueña Premium
The Phillipines: San Miguel Pale Pilsen
Poland: Zywiec Beer
Portugal: Super Bock
Romania: Ursus
Russia: Baltika
Saint Lucia: Piton Beer
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Hairoun Beer
Samoa: Vailima Beer
San Marin: Amarcord Beer
Serbia: Jelen Piva
Seychelles: Seybrew Lager
Singapore: Tiger Beer
Slovenia: Laško Beer
South Africa: Castle Lager
Spain: Estrella Damm
Sri Lanka: Lion Beer
Suriname: Parbo Beer
Sweden: Sofiero
Switzerland: Eichof Beer
Taiwan: Taiwan Beer
Tanzania: Safari Lager
Thailand: Singha Beer
Tunisia: Celtia Beer
Uganda: Nile Special
Ukraine: Obolon Lager
United Kingdom: Carling
United States: Budweiser
Uruguay: nortena beer
Venezuela: solera beer
Vietnam: Halida Beer
Zambia: Mosi Lager
Zimbabwe: Zambezi
Ecuador: Pilsener
Turkey: Efes Pilsen
Ethiopia: St. George Beer

Zorin 12-11-2011 10:42 PM

I'm trying to find a good AG recipe for Dechutes Inversion IPA. I know they have what ingredients their using on their website, but I need a good working recipe.

rockfish42 12-11-2011 11:03 PM

A lot of those are generic mass market lagers.
Duvel is fairly straightforward
Steigl is a niceish Helles
Baltika is an ok Baltic Porter
Staropramen is a classic BoPils
Zywiec is another ok pils

Really, most of those are just generic lagers, BYO's clone collection has a number of them and Beer Captured though not all that accurate sometimes has quite a few.

nukinfuts29 12-11-2011 11:09 PM

They don't need to be exact, just true to the region. The lists I have found also seem to be simply the opinion of the writer and probably not as accurate as they should be. The premise is to offer my customers the "around the world in 180 days" challenge. The idea is to brew a clone, or at least a very similar beer, of a beer from each region. If it is a tough taste, hard to drink that's honestly even better.

jfuriosi 12-11-2011 11:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zorin
I'm trying to find a good AG recipe for Dechutes Inversion IPA. I know they have what ingredients their using on their website, but I need a good working recipe.

Its cool they do that because some brewers refuse to release any details. You should just take the ingredients and use software like brewsmith to work out how to brew it.

rockfish42 12-11-2011 11:52 PM

90% of the listed beers are going to be remarkably similar lagers. I only mentioned the beers I could identify as being of a different style. My recommendation would be to do a version of each of the accepted BJCP styles. If you have a copy of Brewing Classic Styles, that would be a good starting point.

nukinfuts29 12-11-2011 11:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rockfish42 (Post 3562244)
90% of the listed beers are going to be remarkably similar lagers. I only mentioned the beers I could identify as being of a different style. My recommendation would be to do a version of each of the accepted BJCP styles. If you have a copy of Brewing Classic Styles, that would be a good starting point.

Thanks for the tip. If they are all pretty much the same (I have 0 experience with them, but you guys obviously know) then i wouldn't want them. The whole point is diversity.

buffalobrewer 12-12-2011 01:15 AM

do you have a copy of clone brews? Duval, Pilsener of El Salvador, Cervasa Imperial, zywiec are in there.


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