Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Clone Recipe (Partial Mash)



This post shows the recipe for a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale clone (partial mash). The recipe below is the product of five painstaking brew sessions just for this clone brew to get it right! A version of this came from the 2005 Brew Your Own magazine. In the original article it called for more malt. Each time I have attempted a perfect clone match it has gotten a little closer to the real thing, until this last time, it was spot on, enjoy!


Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Clone Recipe
Batch Size: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.052
Final Gravity: 1.011
 IBU: 37
Color: 11 srm
ABV: 5.3%

1.8 lbs light dried malt extract
4 lbs light liquid malt extract (add after adding 15 min hop addition and irish moss, kill heat, stir in well, then resume the boil)
1 lb 2-row
1 lb crystal malt 40
2.5 aau magnum hops (0.18 oz) 60 min
4.8 aau perle hops (0.7 oz) 60 min
5 aau cascade hops (1 oz) 15 min
0.75 oz cascade hops 0 min
0.75 whole cascade hops dry hop
1 tsp irish moss @ 15 min
Wyeast American Ale (1056) or White Labs California Ale (WLP001)

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Anyone brew this up with any tasting results they would like to share?

2 comments:

  1. Gday, just wondering what temps and how long for grains? Cheers

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  2. If you were to do all grain, what would your grain bill look like? Would you just up the 2-row or add some more Crystal as well?

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