Hoegaarden clone

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Hoegaarden clone

Post by mickspangle » 5 months ago

anyone got a good recipe for one? I'm going to try and put a recipe together, but if anyone has got a tried and tested one, I'd be very interested :-)
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Re: Hoegaarden clone

Post by Scott » 5 months ago

Sorry, I don't have anything.

When you come up with a good solution make sure to post the resulting recipe.

Best of luck. Hope someone else can help.


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Re: Hoegaarden clone

Post by mickspangle » 5 months ago

okay...here's a recipe. looks simple enough (some of them talk about stepped mashing, which i don't really want to do at the moment).

any thoughts anyone?
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Re: Hoegaarden clone

Post by Scott » 5 months ago

If you haven't done a step mash and ever want to - it's a piece of cake with BIAB. Very easy. Partially pull bag and heat to higher temperature, lower bag and cover it again.


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Re: Hoegaarden clone

Post by mickspangle » 5 months ago

thanks, I'm sure I'll fancy a go eventually so it's good to know its not too tricky. I must admit I was a bit worried about burning the bottom of my sack, as it were... :shock:

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