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Old 01-30-2009, 07:09 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of a clone extract kit to make a Negra Modelo? I'd like to take a swiing at this one next. I'm a beginner and just started drinking my first brew, a Brown Ale. It worked out so well I'm already thinking about what will be next.

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Old 01-30-2009, 08:05 PM   #2
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I could be wrong but I think Negra Modelo is a Munich Dunkel-style lager, you might want to look for that style kit but I don't know of an exact one that replicates it.

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BJCP calls it a Vienna.
Austin Hombrew has a clone kit.

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Thanks for the info. I believe I'll order this clone and give it a try.

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Thanks for the info. I believe I'll order this clone and give it a try.
Are you familiar with what is involved in brewing a lager beer?
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+1 on the AHS clone kit. I have not brewed it but the other two Extract kits that I have from AHS have been very very good.

The only complaint I have about AHS is those damn foam peanuts they use for packaging. They get everywhere, the dog gets sick from eating them and my 3 yr. old son likes to crush them up everywhere. Other than that, no problems.

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I've been reading a bit on dealing with a lager. I've got a cool basement and an empty fridge that I can use to get the temp. down. If I run into trouble I'll be firing out more questions. Again thanks to all for the help.

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If you buy that kit and plan to use dry yeast, you might want to replace the S-23 with two packs of W-34/70.

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