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Lookin for a recipe

Postby Newfie » Tue Sep 09, 2003 8:21 am

Anyone have a recipe, or link to one, that would clone a Canadian Beer...Moosehead Light type??
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No head like moosehead

Postby jayhawk » Tue Sep 09, 2003 8:03 pm

Sorry, man, I can't offer you a tried and tested recipe that would copy moosehead. I have been trying to track down one myself. So far, I have been able to determine:

a) Moosehead is a lager, so to truly clone it you will have to be able to keep the beer at low temps (ie lager the beer)for a prolonged period.
b) The fermentables are 2row and corn.
c) I would guess the hops would be a noble variety like Hallertau.

Hey, what part of Canada are you from? I am living out in Vancouver. Cheers!

Chris
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North American Clone Brews

Postby fitz » Wed Sep 10, 2003 10:35 am

There is a book titled North American CLone Brews.
I think it is by Scott Russell. This book boasts of 150+ clone recipes. Mooshead is one of the 150+. I don't know where this book is sold, or if Jeff can get you one from the hop Vine.
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Thanks Chris

Postby Newfie » Wed Sep 10, 2003 11:20 am

Thanks man....Ill keep lookin!! Im originally from Newfoundland, but living in New Brunswick now....Cheers
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Have to check it out

Postby Newfie » Wed Sep 10, 2003 11:22 am

Thanks...Ill check it out at chapters!!
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