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elaeace 09-25-2012 11:48 AM

Sam Adams Boston Lager clone recipe request.
 
Does anyone have a Sam Adams Boston Lager clone recipe that can ferment well with an ale yeast.

Thanks to those who respond!

ReverseApacheMaster 09-25-2012 02:39 PM

Step One: contact another brewery to brew a ****ty version of the beer.

Step Two: sell it as the same great beer.

Step Three: talk about how much you love beer and how important it is to get it right.


Hope that helps.

Quaker 09-25-2012 03:04 PM

Check out the James Q Marblehead extract or all-grain kit at Northern Brewer. The made it as a clone except they say you can ferment with Cal Lager/Anchor Steam yeast to still get close. I aim to make it once the temps here drop I winter. It's still in the 80's. if you don't order from them, they have a PDF of the kit ingredients on the site.

johnp 09-25-2012 05:47 PM

There are a few in this thread, I have not tried any of them though:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/samuel-adams-boston-lager-clone-85732/

Kealia 09-25-2012 11:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ReverseApacheMaster (Post 4442804)
Step One: contact another brewery to brew a ****ty version of the beer.

Step Two: sell it as the same great beer.

Step Three: talk about how much you love beer and how important it is to get it right.


Hope that helps.

:rolleyes:

Yes, I'm sure that helped the OP. What he was really hoping for was somebody's opinion on the beer instead of an actual recipe.

elaeace 09-26-2012 01:13 AM

Thanks to those who responded respectfully, cheers and happy brewing to all of you!

ReverseApacheMaster 09-26-2012 02:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kealia (Post 4444356)
:rolleyes:

Yes, I'm sure that helped the OP. What he was really hoping for was somebody's opinion on the beer instead of an actual recipe.

It kept the thread afloat long enough for somebody to come along and provide an answer. :tank:


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