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    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    This is extremely close, I'm drinking one right now (Use whatever lager yeast you have) Amt Name Type 9 lb Pale Malt (6 Row) US (2.0 SRM) Grain 1 lb Rice, Flaked (1.0 SRM) Grain 0.5 lb Caramel/Crystal Malt - 20L (20.0 SRM) Grain 0.25 lb Victory Malt (25.0 SRM) Grain 0.5 oz Hallertauer...
  2. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    5 = 60 7 = 10 10 = 5 12 = flame out 13 = flame out
  3. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    I was simply going off the information from the individual who brewed the beer. Keith Villa. He said he uses Mt Hood, no reason to think they wouldn't. http://lewbryson.blogspot.com/2011/07/okay-but-its-still-dumbest-looking.html BTW, I've simplified the recipe a tad and I'll post that.
  4. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    I was simply going off the information from the individual who brewed the beer. Keith Villa. He said he uses Mt Hood, no reason to think they wouldn't. http://lewbryson.blogspot.com/2011/07/okay-but-its-still-dumbest-looking.html BTW, I've simplified the recipe a tad and I'll post that.
  5. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    That's right, I'll do that next time.
  6. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    It was close, It needs a little more aroma, but a delicious beer never the less.
  7. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    Two notes: 1: I couldn’t find Moravian malt so I added .25 Victory Malt to give it a little bit of a toasted character. 2: I also couldn't find the Coors house yeast also know as Wyeast 2105 Rocky Mountain Lager.
  8. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    I think I got it... After reading this link and getting information from the brewer of Batch 19 (Keith Villa), I came up with this recipe. So after 5 weeks of lagering (I doubt Coors lagers any longer). I had to taste it. Very close to how I remember. All and all a great lager. Seen...
  9. J

    WEIHNACHTSBIER, German Christmas Beer

    Anyone every make a Weihnachtsbier (German Christmas Beer)? What would be the difference between this and a Traditional Bock?
  10. J

    Lager Help

    I've had DMS level diminish before. I think when the CO2 volume increases the level or perceived level of DMS decreases.
  11. J

    Indian Brown Ale

    I did this clone, partial mash. I added more brown sugar and it turned out so close that a few of my buddies could not tell the difference.
  12. J

    Roggenbier Commercial Examples?

    Just had a Live Oak Roggenbier tonight. http://epicuriosities.com/2011/06/29/live-oak-roggenbier/ Jesse
  13. J

    Sam Adams Revolutionary Rye Ale Clone

    I love that beer! My first and only time I talked with Jim Koch I told him I really liked the Revolutionary Rye Ale. He didn't tell me the percentage but said that rye malt didn't make up much of the grain bill.
  14. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    Another thought, I'm thinking about using German Lager yeast (WLP830) vs American Lager Yeast (WLP840) to give it a more malty taste.
  15. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    Batch 19 doesn’t exactly taste like a CAP. You can really taste some malt complexity. In addtion to what Dahoov stated, (caramel/melanoidin character), I can taste a tosted character.
  16. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    They have that information listed on Batch 19 web site.
  17. J

    Coors Batch 19 Clone (Work in Progress)

    Coors Batch 19 I'm trying to develop a clone recipe for Coors Batch 19. What I know: Hops are Hersbrucker and Strisslespalt. 26 IBUs, 5.5 alcohol by volume. What I experienced: Aroma is toasted malts and grassy hops. Flavor is malt dominant grainy sweetness with light hop...
  18. J

    beer dyed t-shirt

    Anyone have any experience making a beer dyed t-shirt? Is an acrylic binder required?
  19. J

    San Francisco, CA

    Looking for a beer bar in San Francisco, CA. Either micro-brew or multi-taps. Traveling there for the weekend.
  20. J

    Albuquerque, NM

    LOL, I usually find the bar first then the hotel.
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