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Yuengling Clone

Name Yuengling Clone
Description Lager Clone
Added by bsummers12
Date Submitted Fri, 23 Nov 2001 01:07 PM (GMT)
Ingredients
  • 4.5 lbs Laaglander Light Malt Extract
  • 1 lb Rice
  • 1 lb Cara-pils
  • .5 lb Crystal Malt
  • 1 oz Northern Brewer hops (60 mins)
  • 1/3 oz Tettnanger (10 mins)
  • 1/5 oz Saaz (5 mins)
  • California Lager 2112 yeast
Preparation
Steep grains in 1 gallon water at 158 degrees for 1/2 hour. Remove grains. Add DME and rice solids. Boil 1 hour adding hops at times listed above. Cool wort and pitch yeast.
Specifics
Style Lager
Recipe Type Partial Mash
Batch Size 5 US gallons
Original Gravity 1.047
Final Gravity 1.012
Boiling Time 60 mins
Primary Fermentation Plastic, 7 days @ 68 degrees
Secondary Fermentation Glass, 14 days @ 65 degrees
Other Specifics 22 IBU's 4.7% AC
Comments
Best after aging in bottle in a cool place 1 month.

User Comments

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Re: Yuengling Clone Mar 15th 2002, 02:18 am
Praise be to you. I have been looking for a clone recipe of this and had lost hope due to it's limited region.
Comment by: alamue reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Feb 23rd 2003, 06:54 pm
Alamue - have you made this recipe? How did it turn out?
What type of rice did you wind up using?
Pete
Comment by: pete reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Feb 23rd 2003, 06:53 pm
Can anyone tell me what type of rice to use for this recipe and where to purchase.
Comment by: pete reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Jul 13th 2003, 12:52 pm
I have used an additive free organic babies rice cereal. It makes the wort and subsuquent beer a little hazy but give a nice clean dry finish really close to the origenle heavenly stuff. By the way I have tasted the florida yuengling and it is not as good as the Pa brew.
Comment by: Michael reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Nov 5th 2003, 03:40 am
Mine was also hazy, and had a unique taste that is almost a sweet aftertaste. I have not had the original to compare it to but I expected the 2112 to turn out closer to an anchor steam. I mashed brown rice with my grains so that was probably the reason. Has anyone tried brown rice in any recipe before?
Comment by: madmatt192 reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Dec 31st 2003, 05:45 pm
I've actually used Indian Basmati Rice with great results . . . rice with body and snap. Oriental Jasmine might be an interesting alternative. Rice doesn't have to be just an adjunct, it can be a significant contributor to the flavor/body profile, too. The one risk you need to be aware of before you start is getting your mash stuck. Mix thoroughly, distributing the rice well throughout the mash.
Comment by: Dewey reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Feb 25th 2004, 06:06 pm
For the RICE, use Rice Syrup Solids. Rice Solids are used to lighten beer, add body, rice flavor and fermentable sugars.
Comment by: Wine Barley & Hops Homebrew Supply reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Apr 30th 2004, 07:47 pm
would torrified rice work just as well Ie puffed rice cereal?
Comment by: robotralph reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Apr 30th 2004, 07:48 pm
would torrified rice work just as well ie puffed rice cereal?
Comment by: robotralph reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone May 26th 2004, 12:22 pm
I use flaked rice from Annapolis Home Brew. I've tried this recipe here, but felt it's still a little off on the hops combination. A better yeast is the standard American Lager Yeast. I think it's Wyeast 2007. Annapolis Home Brew has perfected their Yuengleng clone. You can order it online at I highly recommend it.
Comment by: Keith Birchler reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone May 26th 2004, 12:25 pm
Oh, and trying using some Irish moss in the last 15 minutes of the boil. That will clear up the beer.
Comment by: Keith reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Jun 15th 2004, 02:35 am
where on http://www.annapolishomebrew.com/ is the yuengling clone kit?
Comment by: Pen reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Jan 28th 2005, 02:45 pm
It's under lagers and it's titled Pennsylvanium Premium.
Comment by: Keith Birchler reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Aug 11th 2004, 09:48 pm
I just ordered the AG kit and plan on brewing it this weekend,<br>.
Comment by: Ohman reply to comment
Re: Yuengling Clone Apr 18th 2006, 01:51 pm
How did this kit turn out? I was thinking about ordering one. I brewed the above recipe and it turned out quite good. I wanted to do a comparison between the two.
Comment by: Robert Milewsky reply to comment