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Clone beer
« Gepost op: 16-03-2010 14:00 u »
Anyone know where I find a recipe clone of Riegele Bavarian Helles or similar?

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Re: Clone beer
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 16-03-2010 14:18 u »
And use the best recipe of Nederland’s with foundation for my beer.
In the Netherlands produces good beers and I'm happy to be known this forum.

This doesn't entirely rime with this:

Anyone know where I find a recipe clone of Riegele Bavarian Helles or similar?

Riegele Bavarian Helles is a German Beer.
We are Dutch, although there are guys on this forum whith passion for German beers.
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Re: Clone beer
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 16-03-2010 14:35 u »
This doesn't entirely rime with this:

Riegele Bavarian Helles is a German Beer.
We are Dutch, although there are guys on this forum whith passion for German beers.
 :)

I read a book who wrote that beer pils is the sister of Helles.
I don’t know if this is true. But I would like to know and make this beer.

I don’t know if this beer is German. So I will to receive a recipe of this type beer.
I know the manufacturer of this beer is German but the origin of this type beer I don’t know.

Thanks!

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Re: Clone beer
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: 16-03-2010 14:52 u »
There aren't much Dutch beertypes left.
All the original breweries were sold up and later on ruined by the big Heineken in the last century.
The same as AnBev is doing right now whith Brazilian breweries probable.
The most alternative beertypes in the Netherlands have their roots in Belgium, Germany and England.
Whe are just started whith rebuilding our beerculture.
Allmost all original recipes before the Heineken age are lost.
We do have a lot of breweries again, but no original Dutch beertypes.
There rare.

 

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Re: Clone beer
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: 16-03-2010 15:09 u »
There aren't much Dutch beertypes left.
All the original breweries were sold up and later on ruined by the big Heineken in the last century.
The same as AnBev is doing right now whith Brazilian breweries probable.
The most alternative beertypes in the Netherlands have their roots in Belgium, Germany and England.
Whe are just started whith rebuilding our beerculture.
Allmost all original recipes before the Heineken age are lost.
We do have a lot of breweries again, but no original Dutch beertypes.
There rare.

 

I am far for the best places to learn make good beer. Hence, I would like to count with your help and other friends this forum. together we are more stronger!

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Re: Clone beer
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: 16-03-2010 21:27 u »
What hopmans says is true, there are no (?) real dutch beertypes anymore.
Luckily however, there is still much knowledge on brewing many different types of beer, so in that we can be of help! :)

If you are looking for a Munchener Helles, this is a recipe from the "Biertypengids" (a Dutch beer style guide):

starting SG 1044-49
Colour: 8-15 EBC
bitterness: 18-25 IBU

Malts: 80% pilsener (3EBC), 20% Carapils (15EBC)
Mash:
mash-in at 38 ºC, 15min
50 ºC for 30min
69 ºC for 15min
mash-out at 77 ºC

boil for 90min:
bitteringhops: Mittelfruh or mt Hood (75min boil)
flavourhops: Tettnang (45min boil)
Aromahops: Saaz (0min boil)

Yeast: Wyeast 2308 Munich lager

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