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Old 12-12-2008, 03:45 AM   #1
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I am now planning my 3rd batch and I would like to make a Blue Moon Clone. This is going to be my last extract kit. This is what I have so far for this batch

Edme Wheat Beer Kit
2lbs Plain Spray Malt Extract (55% Wheat / 45% Barley)
1oz Bitter Orange Peal
11.5g Safbrew S-33 Yeast

Anything else I could gather to get the most out of this brew?



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yeast nutrient, (Irish moss if you want a somewhat clearer hefe), Cool the wort as fast as you can.
Give it two/three weeks to ferment and settle, then enjoy.

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You need about an ounce of crushed coriander to go with your orange peel.

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No hops? 10

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You need about an ounce of crushed coriander to go with your orange peel.
I also read someone else who used that in their Blue Moon Clone, I will pick some up for the LHBS. Thanks.

As far as hops? Thats in the kit
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I just bought this kit Monday night, took a few days for them to process it so I won't have it till next week. I have high hopes for it, pretty cheap for a 5 gallon batch compared to my LHBS. This will be my first time using LME which could be interesting.

Has anyone used this clone before? How close to the real deal is it?
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I also read someone else who used that in their Blue Moon Clone, I will pick some up for the LHBS. Thanks.

As far as hops? Thats in the kit
Don't waste money at the Homebrew store on corriander seed. Just stop by the grocery store. Its a common food spice. It will probably be fresher. If you buy it in the shakers, you can use it on a lot of food.
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Yes, I just looked that up and it is nothing more than what we call in the US as "Cilantro".

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Cilantro is the leaf, and you want corriander seeds for making a blue moon clone.

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