Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:33 pm

This month's BYO has a few Sierra Nevada recipes.
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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Wed Nov 21, 2012 8:42 pm

You didn't waste my time, my expectations were just too high. I've already started working the recipe up in Beersmith :-)

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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:13 pm

Loaded this up in Beersmith and have it close after some conversions. Any idea on when to add the aroma hops? 10 min or 5min? What yeast? Ferment at 67ish degrees?

I have it at
1.058 OG
1.015 FG
32.8 IBUs
17 SRM
5.6% ABV

8lbs Pale
4.8oz Chocolate
3.4oz Caramel 40
.6oz Smoked
1.5oz Challenger
.5oz Goldings

Thanks guys.
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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Tue Nov 27, 2012 6:18 pm

Move those quantities to get your ibus and the cal ale (Chico) stain which allegedy originated out of Sierra Nevada.
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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Tue Nov 27, 2012 8:07 pm

.6 oz or 6a oz?
I think Im going to make this on Thursday.
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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:14 am

Looks like Mrs. Dresler is coming into the restaurant for dinner, tonight.
My boss told me to bring in some beers for her to try. Should be fun!
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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Sat Dec 15, 2012 7:29 am

snowcapt wrote:Looks like Mrs. Dresler is coming into the restaurant for dinner, tonight.
My boss told me to bring in some beers for her to try. Should be fun!
How'd the visit turn out, brotha!?

BranEverhardt wrote:Loaded this up in Beersmith and have it close after some conversions. Any idea on when to add the aroma hops? 10 min or 5min? What yeast? Ferment at 67ish degrees?
Bran, did you (or anyone for that matter) brew a version based of the info snowcapt got from SN? I'm workin out my recipe still, but I think it may be my next brew. Most likely just after Xmas.
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Re: Sierra Nevada Tumbler Clone

Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:03 am

It was pretty cool.
On Wednesdays, I do a pasta bar at work. Im set up in the dining room and I cook them up right in front of the customer. Their crew was seated right by me and we were dead that night, so I got to shoot the shit with her and her crew.
I had a barley wine and a vanilla porter that she tried. She even had 2 of the porters.Nice!
Super nice lady, even though she is a Green Bay fan. Oh, well, nobody's perfect, right?
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