Coors Light Clone ??


Brew using a light malt and piss in it for hops. Bottle as usual.
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wbarwell

To be honest, it was Budweiser that used to have the ad bragging they used only the finest rice.
That used to make me wince.
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wbarwell

Can you tell I am not exactly a Coors light fan? Of course there have been so many bad American beers its hard to pick the worst. Maybe Buckhorn.
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wbarwell

May I ask what your level of homebrewing skill is? Do you stick to mainly extract or do you do whole grain? Also, why would you want to brew something like Coors Light? If you have macro swill drinking friends coming over or something it's probably best just to buy them a case and be done with it - or try a little education with them...
_Randal
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Randal

Try the clone books, the *American Light Lager* recipes will work, but they aren't the easiest beers to produce.
They demand careful production to maintain the colour, and you are likely to end up with something tasting too good :)
At some point, I also intend to produce something that looks like BudMillCoors, but tastes they way they *should*.
steveb
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steveb

Try this recipe; 3.3# Extra Light malt extract, 1# light DME, 1# dried rice extract, 1oz. Saaz (bittering), 1/4oz (finishing) this makes a very refreshing beer very much like Coors but with a little more hop flavor. I've made it many times and Coors and Bud fans love it.
mrgrumpy
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