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Old 03-24-2011, 02:21 PM   #1

I'm not sure how available this beer is outside of the Northeast. I live right around the block from their brewery, and their Toasted Lager (their flagship brew) absolutely rocks. It's classified as a Vienna Lager.

Even though it's so readily available to me, I was thinking of brewing something similar to it. It's such a great daily drinker and I'd love to have something like it on tap at home.

I don't have the equipment available to lager, so I'll be using an ale yeast (US-05 or Kolsch). According to their website, the grain bill contains Munich malt, Caravienne, Crystal and Wheat malts. The actual amounts are not given. I have no doubt it is hopped with noble hops, or one of their American-bred replacements.

Below is a partial mash recipe that I've put together. I'd love some feedback if possible.

3lbs Extra Light DME
2lbs American Two-Row malt
2lbs Munich Malt 20L
.5lb White Wheat Malt
.5lb Caramel 40L
.25lb Belgian Caravienne

1oz Mt Hood (6AAU) @ 60 min
1oz Tettnanger (4AAU) @ 20 min
1oz Tettnanger (4AAU) @ Flameout


Gelatin @ secondary

OG: 1.052
SRM: 10
IBU: 28

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Old 03-24-2011, 02:23 PM   #2
Feb 2010
Baltimore, MD
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BP Toasted is my go-to summer BBQing beer.

If you're so close, maybe you could go and "chat" with them about it?

This would probably really please SWMBO if I could produce something like this regularly.

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Old 03-24-2011, 02:31 PM   #3

Originally Posted by JetSmooth View Post
BP Toasted is my go-to summer BBQing beer.

If you're so close, maybe you could go and "chat" with them about it?

This would probably really please SWMBO if I could produce something like this regularly.

It's kind of tough for me to meet with them. Their tasting room is open some strange hours, and it's hard to get there between work and all. I'll try to get there.

I believe the production and bottling of the bottled version is contracted out to a brewery in your neck of the woods. If you've ever tried it on tap it tastes a little different than the bottled version.

I've thought about doing this for a while. I think I may finally try it. I just wanted to get some feedback from the experts on here.

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Old 03-24-2011, 02:35 PM   #4
Jul 2008
H'burg, PA
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Valiant effort here, this is a great beer!

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Old 04-13-2011, 02:26 PM   #5
Mar 2010
East Taunton, MA
Posts: 34

Would LOVE to know how this comes out for you...recently went to NYC to visit my sister, and by a friend's recommendation I tried this...UNREAL!! Just mentioned it to a brewer friend that we should try making it also...keep us posted.

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Old 04-13-2011, 06:45 PM   #6
Feb 2011
Brooklyn, NY
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Been looking for a Toasted clone for a good while. Anxious to hear how this turns out. Good luck.
Primary: Czech Dark Lager, Premium American Lager, Vanilla Porter, India Red Ale, Chocolate Bock
Secondary: Home Smoked Rauchbier, Doppelbock
Keg: California Common
Bottled: Dusseldorf Alt, Malt Liquor, Classic American Pils, Bourbon Barrel Cider, Wee Heavy

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Old 04-13-2011, 08:40 PM   #7
Sep 2010
Washington, DC
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I love Toasted's a nice slice of home for me. Whenever I head back to LI, I always go to the's about 10 minutes down the road from where I grew up. Can't wait to hear the results!

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Old 07-18-2011, 08:07 PM   #8
Aug 2010
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I am looking for toasted clone as well. Anyone know of a mini mash kit that may be similar?

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Old 03-28-2013, 12:01 PM   #9
Jul 2011
gardiner, ny
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Any updated recipes? Looking to brew this soon....
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