Anonymous: Fat Tire Clone
California Common Beer - Partial Mash
• Makes 5 Gallons @ 75% Efficiency
|Briess Golden Light Dry Extract||3 lbs, 0 oz|
|Briess Pilsen (Extra) Light Dry Extract||2 lbs, 0 oz|
|Briess 2 Row Caramel 80||0 lbs, 12 oz|
|Biscuit||0 lbs, 8 oz|
|Briess 2 Row Caramel 10||0 lbs, 8 oz|
|Briess Victory||0 lbs, 4 oz|
|Northern Brewer Pellets||.5 oz @ 60 mins|
|Northern Brewer Pellets||.5 oz @ 30 mins|
|Hallertau Pellets, German||1 oz @ 15 mins|
|White Labs California Ale||1 ea|
|1.048 - 1.054||1.011 - 1.014||30 - 45||10 - 14||4.50 - 5.50|
01 OCT 11:
Just ordered, never made.
Read/ compiled a lot of recipes for Fat Tire. Looking forward to experiencing the Biscuit Malt!
03 JAN 12:
I did not mash as efficiently as I'd hoped, but it turned out really good! My third batch, first partial mash, this was a compilation of recipes. Turned out very close to the target beer. Very pleased with the results. Prob less vanilla than Fat Tire, and less alcohol at 4.3 (yeah, I really didn't mash well). Great head, great taste profile.
Upon seeing the low OG, bottled 40 after 16 days, threw more sugar and some yeast into a secondary (experimenting). Had never heard of such a thing and don't expect much.
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