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Old 01-17-2008, 01:02 AM   #1
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Default Sam Adams winter lager recipe

Does anyone have a good clone recipe for this beer. My wife tried it and loved it, so for her to be more supportive, it would be good if I could clone this beer.

Also, Has anyone tried the Full Moon, its pretty good. Any recipe's for that one floating around out there??

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Old 01-17-2008, 01:21 AM   #2
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As per the BYO clones issue:

5.25 lbs. 2-row
4 lbs. Munich malt
4 lbs. wheat malt
1.5 lbs. crystal 60L

1.9 oz. East Kent Goldings 9.5 %AA 60 min.
1 oz. Tettnanger 4% AA 2 min.
1 oz. Hallertau 4% AA 2 min.

1 oz. bitter orange peel
0.5 oz. grated ginger root
0.5 tsp. powdered cinnamon

WLP830 German Lager or Wyeast 2206 Bavarian Lager

Mash:
30 min. at 122 degrees
60 min. at 155 degrees

Pitch yeast at 55 for 3 weeks
Lager 3-4 weeks

OG=1.069
FG=1.016
IBU=29
SRM=19
ABV=6.9%

Let me know if you need the extract version

For blue moon, look at the BierMuncher's Blue Balls Wit


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Cool, thanks for the reply.
Bier Munchers is the Blue Moon what ale unless I am mistaken.
The "Full Moon" is a seasonal beer, darker in color, than the normal Blue moon.

I cant wait to brew that one either.

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Sorry, I misread that. I don't have the Full Moon recipe, someone else may though.
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Cool, no worries. Thanks for the SA recipe. Cant wait to try it.
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When do you add the orange peel and stuff in the SA recipe.

Also, that must a 10 gallon batch size. I copied it into Beer smith and had to scale it down for my 5 gallon size.
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Let me know if you need the extract version
I would appreciate the extract recipe, that would be awesome! Thanks.
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When do you add the orange peel and stuff in the SA recipe.

Also, that must a 10 gallon batch size. I copied it into Beer smith and had to scale it down for my 5 gallon size.
I would add the extras at 10 minutes left. It is for the 5 gallon recipe, when I put the recipe into BeerAlchemy at 68% mash efficiency I get an OG of 1.069

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I would appreciate the extract recipe, that would be awesome! Thanks.
I'll post the extract recipe as soon as I get home.
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Here's extract recipe (actually a partial mash):
2.75 lbs. light DME
4.0 lbs. light LME (late addition)
1.0 wheat malt
1.5 lbs. munich malt 20L
1.5 lbs. cystal malt 60L

steep grains in 6 qts 150F water for 30 min
Rinse with 3 qts 170F water

the rest of the recipe is the same


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