Looking for Founders Dirty Bastard Clone
Does anyone have a recipe that is very similiar to Dirty Bastard? I enjoy the taste of this brew but in my area it is not always available and it is expensive. Doesn't have to have the high ABV.
13 lbs. Pale Malt
1 lb. Special B
.5 lb. Carapils
.5 lb. Caramunich
.5 lb. Caravienne
.25 lb. Black Patent
1 oz. Golding @60
.5 oz. Perle @40
.5 oz. Golding @20
US-05 for yeast.
- It's an AG version but I'll see if I can find a Extract and post. I think I will try this one at some point.......
Founderís Dirty Bastard Scotch Ale Clone by Wes
Extract + Grains method
60 min boil
1 lb Dingmans Special B
8 oz Dingmans Cara-Munich
8 oz Dingmans Cara-Vienna
8 oz Dingmans Cara-Pils
2 oz Briess Black Patent
9.5 lbs Muntonís Light Malt Syrup
(60) 1 oz Kent Goldings (4 AAU), Ĺ oz Perle (9 AAU)
(40) Ĺ oz Perle
(20) Ĺ oz Kent Goldings, teaspoon Irish Moss
Wyeast 1056 American Ale (liquid) or,
Whitelabs 001 California Ale (liquid) or,
Safale American Ale (dry)
Temperature: 67 - 70 F
Let me know how it turns out..........
Is this the founders in grand rapids, MI?
just picked up the ingredients for the extract today, should be brewing it up tomorrow or the next day. ill post back to let ya know how it turns out :mug:
If this is a "wee heavy" shouldn't it be fermented with a Scottish ale yeast? I'm not being snooty just questioning the yeast choice.
i think i'm going to try it on a 1056 american ale cake.
also on the wyeast site, the yeasts have similar characteristics. one just is more tolerant.
Has anyone tried brewing this with the extract recipe?
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