Tony L wrote:That looks like it would make a great clone, keeping in mind that real Heini uses a portion of corn in it's recipe to make
up some of the alcohol and to lighten the flavour.
vgoreham wrote:Are you going to leave it out in the sun to get that authentic Heineken taste?
Tony L wrote:Perfect.
I have an IPA planned for my next brew... hopefully next weekend.
erslar00 wrote:vgoreham wrote:Haha. I know. But to be honest I actually kind of prefer the bottles..
I know a few people like that... I tried to switch them over to the cans claiming superior taste and they won't budge...
Hoodie wrote:How did the clone turn out? Did you add the pound of flaked corn or did you substitute a pound for something else called for in the original recipe.
erslar00 wrote:Sounds Good. I will give this a shot shortly... sans the UV of course, haha. I do have a question though... Did you start fermentation at 52 deg and hold it at 52 and ferment it out and then lager it for 7 weeks at 2 to 4 deg.. or you mean you held it at 52 deg for 7 weeks? thx
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