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Old 06-16-2009, 12:37 AM   #1
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I found the perfect way for people looking to make beer identical to Bud, Miller and Coors.

Brewhouse Mexican Cerveza tasts exactly like bud...... if you are in to that sort of thing.

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Old 06-16-2009, 01:16 AM   #2
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I think you're on the wrong forum
I doubt many of us drink bud. It's why we homebrew

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Old 06-16-2009, 01:21 AM   #3
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I think you're on the wrong forum
I doubt many of us drink bud. It's why we homebrew
But actually, around here, we don't trash those who choose to drink it OR who try to brew what is one of the most difficult styles of beer to brew.....

There's actually several threads that discuss how to brew a light lager...and even BYO magazine and Basic Brewing has tackled it...
Granted it's not many of our cups of tea...but it IS a challenge and a great growth as a brewer to be able to master the skills neessary to pull it off...

FENMan this is one of the threads if you are intersted....I think orfy has a sticky on it as well.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f37/budweiser-clone-105423/
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I'll have to brew some for my sister-in-law... I hate wasting my Stouts on people who would rather drink BMC

Thanks for posting on this forum, otherwise I would have never known.... and we know what GI Joe said

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Old 06-16-2009, 03:08 AM   #5
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Way to go Revvy! It's about time someone said it! I'm sick of people getting attacked when they ask about making an American Pilisner. Every once in a while it come up and people say, "it's not worth home brewing, just go out and buy a pack." I can think of several good reason why someone might want to brew the style themselves.

1) Cost. I estimate a person could do an all grain batch for under $15. Good luck finding two cases of beer for under $15.
2) Testing your brewing skills.
3) So you have something to give people when they ask if you make any light beers.

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I drink Bud Light and make award winning homebrew

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How did that feel?
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pretty good. in fact, I was drinking Bud Light when I made my award winning home brew
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yeah, i drink BMC beer, i just probably wont ever brew it because they all taste the same to me, and are cheaper than homebrew anyway. Might try that olde english clone recipe floating around to satisfy teh buddies someday, though...

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I found the perfect way for people looking to make beer identical to Bud, Miller and Coors.

Brewhouse Mexican Cerveza tasts exactly like bud...... if you are in to that sort of thing.
Started two of these very kits (Brew House Mexican Cerveza) tonight for two separate friends who have tasted it and really like it (the first two brews I've done for somebody other than myself, as a matter of fact). The cerveza is not something I am planning to make for myself, but it's a good beer to drink very cold on a hot day. I encourage folks to try new beers (mostly around here trying to move people away from very light coloured commercial stuff) but I don't look down at those who have found what they like and stick to it. I love brown ale but am not a huge fan of stout; I appreciate that stout drinkers don't denigrate my choice of brews!
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