I was recently tasked with coming up with a clone recipe of this great beer from Southern Star Brewing. In my research, I found that the brewery's website reveals the ingredients: http://www.southernstarbrewery.com/SSBBeers.asp
My recipe is as follows:
73% Rahr Pilsner malt
19% Weyermann Vienna malt
4% Briess Carapils
4% Flaked rice
I haven't read anywhere that flaked rice is used in the real brew. Based on the flavor, it's probably all malt... this is an experiment, I guess.
Medium body mash: 152 degrees for 60 mins.
--Hops (for a 13 gal. boil)--
1.75oz Stirling (6%) 60 min
1oz Stirling (6%) 20 min
.25oz Stirling (6%) at flame-out
I couldn't get Saphir hops from my local brew shop or online, so I stuck with just Stirling.
Brewing next Thursday, I hope it's good! Sorry to the OP for not using his recipe