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Old 11-25-2011, 02:19 AM   #1
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Default Magic hat IPA on tour; "Encore" clone help

Hey everyone! I stumbled on this delicious wheat/IPA hybrid while rushing around like a lunatic at the beer distributor trying to get thanksgiving stuff together. They list the ingredients here I.P.A. On Tour: Encore | Magic Hat Brewing Company , I was wondering if anyone could possibly help me put together an extract recipe for a 5 gallon batch with the information given. Thanks in advance, happy holidays to all!

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Old 11-26-2011, 01:09 PM   #2
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Anyone?? I'm still ultra new to the hobby, still waiting to bottle my first batch.

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Old 11-26-2011, 01:14 PM   #3
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I'm not confident enough to help you convert it, but I did come across this info yesterday while surfing: Midwest Supplies that might help.

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Old 11-29-2011, 09:03 PM   #4
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I have not seen a clone kit for this Magic Hat brew yet, but I sure would like to see one. As this is a pretty tasty IPA!

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Old 11-30-2011, 07:02 AM   #5
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I have not seen a clone kit for this Magic Hat brew yet, but I sure would like to see one. As this is a pretty tasty IPA!
I knew it was gonna be special when I poured it... the head retention was ridiculous!

The basic information is at the link I posted, but I have literally no idea how to go about backtracking it to an extract recipe.
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I can't get it down to that low of an SRM so this is slightly darker(you could sub some extract for corn sugar, but I wouldn't compromise flavor for color), but here's my shot (I've never had the beer, but the stats are very close)

5lbs 8oz extra light dry extract
1lb 8oz wheat extract
1lb 8oz white wheat malt(steep at 154 for an hour)
1lb cara Vienna(steep at 154 for an hour)

1oz Apollo 60min
.5oz amarillo 30min
.5oz simcoe 30min
1oz amarillo 1min
1oz simcoe 1min
1oz simcoe dry hop
1oz amarillo dry hop

WLP001 Cali ale yeast

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Old 11-30-2011, 02:12 PM   #7
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I really enjoyed this beer! Thanks for posting the extract recipe!!

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Old 11-30-2011, 04:27 PM   #8
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I can't get it down to that low of an SRM so this is slightly darker(you could sub some extract for corn sugar, but I wouldn't compromise flavor for color), but here's my shot (I've never had the beer, but the stats are very close)

5lbs 8oz extra light dry extract
1lb 8oz wheat extract
1lb 8oz white wheat malt(steep at 154 for an hour)
1lb cara Vienna(steep at 154 for an hour)

1oz Apollo 60min
.5oz amarillo 30min
.5oz simcoe 30min
1oz amarillo 1min
1oz simcoe 1min
1oz simcoe dry hop
1oz amarillo dry hop

WLP001 Cali ale yeast
Awesome! I'm gonna try this for one of my next batches, thanks so much dude...plus, it's always good to get advice from a fellow Ford guy
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The hop and grain bill are more than likely of different proportions, this recipe uses the ingredients listed and hits all the stats but SRM (ABV,IBU). I don't think its possible to get that light of a wheat IPA with extracts due to the limitation of selection. It is by no means a clone, but will surely be VERY similar in taste.(it'll be a damn good IPA either way) You'll have to let me know what is different and we can tweak the recipe until its up to par.

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The hop and grain bill are more than likely of different proportions, this recipe uses the ingredients listed and hits all the stats but SRM (ABV,IBU). I don't think its possible to get that light of a wheat IPA with extracts due to the limitation of selection. It is by no means a clone, but will surely be VERY similar in taste.(it'll be a damn good IPA either way) You'll have to let me know what is different and we can tweak the recipe until its up to par.
Very cool man, thanks.
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