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Old 03-21-2007, 04:07 PM   #1
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Anyone out there have a recipe for a good Mexican Lager? I'm not talking Corona or Pacifico here, I'm looking for something good. Maybe like Negra Modelo or Bohemia...


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Those two beers are actually Vienna lagers or Maerzens in style. Look for recipes under that name.


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Right, there was an article on mexican lagers in one of last year's BYO. I can post arecipie when get back home.
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Thanks guys... I appreciate the help...
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How do the beers you guys mentioned taste different than a Corona or a Heineken ?
I just racked a Corona clone from the primary. It tastes pretty good.
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I think Corona falls in to light American lager category. The beer we are talking about is from Viena/Marzen/Octoberfest category. Here is the recipe from BYO 2006 Jan-Feb:
OG = 1.052
FG = 1.013
IBU = 25
SRM = 11
ABV = 5.0%

5g:
10 lbs 12 oz Vienna malt
9 Oz CaraMinich
6.66 AAU Tettnanger (60 min)
Yeast WLP920 (Old Bavarian Lager)

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