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Old 05-10-2010, 01:32 PM   #41
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This one is in the fermentor with using WYEAST 3463 as I couldnt get my hands on the 3944.

Not sure of the SG because I did a few readings with my hydrometer and kept getting different numbers. The hydrometer was sticking to the sides of the theif, so I really don't know how well i did. Oh well, it will be beer and it will be delicious.

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Old 08-20-2010, 05:44 AM   #42
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Hi there,

I was wondering if this recipe was more like the original Hoegaarden, or closer to the modern rendition?

I also heard there was a Celis White clone recipe in Radical Brewing, I was wondering if any of you had any experience with it, and what the recipe itself was like?

Thanks in advance for the help

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Old 08-20-2010, 05:29 PM   #43
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This version is like the Hoegaarden that you can get in the stores today.

This recipe is said to be from Pierre Celis, founder or modern day Hoegaarden.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Celis

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This version is like the Hoegaarden that you can get in the stores today.

This recipe is said to be from Pierre Celis, founder or modern day Hoegaarden.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Celis
hmm I think I might try this recipe, Im enjoying a few at the moment ^_^.
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Old 02-04-2012, 01:28 AM   #45
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Anyone try this with cloves? Hoping to try it this weekend.

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Anyone try this with cloves? Hoping to try it this weekend.
I wouldn't. Coriander is what gives it the aroma. Cloves are mighty powerful.
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I wouldn't. Coriander is what gives it the aroma. Cloves are mighty powerful.
Yeah. Use the coriander as called for asking with butter orange peel.
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I once had a buddy who made a clove beer, well it was nasty and over done. Maybe ok in cider at small amounts. In hefeweizens it comes from the yeast Esters.

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I once had a buddy who made a clove beer, well it was nasty and over done. Maybe ok in cider at small amounts. In hefeweizens it comes from the yeast Esters.
A local brewery made a Hoegaarden "like" beer using orange and cloves. It's turned into my wife's favorite. I'll start with coriander, but if done lightly cloves can make a pretty awesome beer, but I don't know if can be repeated as nicely with small batch homebrew.
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A local brewery made a Hoegaarden "like" beer using orange and cloves. It's turned into my wife's favorite. I'll start with coriander, but if done lightly cloves can make a pretty awesome beer, but I don't know if can be repeated as nicely with small batch homebrew.
Clove can work, but it needs to be slight in taste in my opinion. I think you need to ponder what you taste on spiced beers (Like, is it really there?). I think if its obvious it generally too much. I think most BJCP people will say the same thing.
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