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Old 11-17-2004, 02:42 AM   #1
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Default Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

I really enjoy this recipe. I wonder where I could get one similiar.

I enjoyed the bottles but I had it out of the tap just the other day with a good Mexican dinner and man I was sold. Great brew.


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Old 11-17-2004, 06:36 AM   #2
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Default Clone recipes

There are tons of clone recipes for this beer. One of the best is from Clone Brews. Calls for:

4 oz. Crystal 60L
6.5 lb. light DME
1/4 lb. malto-dextrin
1 oz. Nugget hops (bittering -- 60 minutes)
1/2 oz. Perle hops (flavoring -- 15 minutes)
1 oz. Cascade hops (aroma -- 1 minute)
American Ale Yeast


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Old 12-28-2004, 10:18 PM   #3
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Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is one of my favorites. Can't get enough of it. For my first brew I'm using Cascade hops because of Sierra Nevada Pale. Yum.
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What style is this beer considered? American Pale Ale?
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Yeah, I think that's exactly what it's considered. Definately, actually.
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Yeah, I think that's exactly what it's considered. Definately, actually.

So would Tupper's be the same category?
The reason I ask is that I was in a porter/stout kick for a while but lately I can't get enough Anchor Liberty, Steam, and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale....guess what I know what I'm brewing next, huh?
I'm gonna have to come up with a recipe I guess. I've noticed some of the Pale Ales would knock my socks off as far as bitterness. I can't do the REAL bitter stuff....
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Anchor Liberty is also an American Pale. You and I share tastes (in commercial brews, anyway... ) I am in love with those three! If you look for a Steam recipe, be aware they call it "California Common", as "Steam" is a trademark of Anchor Brewery. As for Tupper's...check the thread I started about it..I think Janx said something about it being almost in a different category...don't remembr exactly.
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Old 04-06-2005, 07:22 PM   #9
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Guinness Stout (on draft), Harpoon IPA, and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale are my top three commercial beers and it's hard to say which holds the #2 vs #3 spots.
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Anyone made that Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Clone?

I made it but I had to use some variations in hops from what they recommend. It didn't turn out as good as Sierra Nevada but that could be because of the hops.


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