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James Squire 150 Lashes Pa Recipe

Discussion in 'Kits & Extracts' started by mauler, 7/7/12.

 

  1. mauler

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    Posted 7/7/12
    hi

    just the other night i was at the local bar and noticed that thay had 150 lashes pa on tap

    im so impressed with this beer i would like a little help on a clone beer or something as
    close to it any ideas would help

    thanks
     
  2. Barron

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    Posted 7/7/12
    Hey Mauler,

    I may be able to help as i just cracked my first bottle of home made 150 lashes copy which turned out pretty bloody nice! I got the gear from my local HBS which is a "Country Brewer", and it consisted of a "Rapid Creek" Pale Ale can and Ale Yeast, with 1kg of Country Brewer Brew Booster and a 12g Amarillo finishing Hops. Im only very new to the game but it has returned a very nice beer and was told this recipe was one of their best selling at the moment.
    Hope this helps and i look forward to seeing if anyone else has tried replicating this beer any other way.

    Cheers, Barron
     
  3. beerdrinkingbob

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    Posted 7/7/12
    not sure what you would need kit wise but Baron theory sounds good.

    If your game you could steep a couple of hundred grams of crystal, boil it in around 5 litres of water and add 25 grams of Amarillo @ 15 and flame out. Wish i used more hops when i did kits :icon_drool2:
     
  4. mauler

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    Posted 7/7/12
    hi guys found a clone tell me what you think

    coopers pa can
    1kg dry wheat malt
    1kg be1
    5g amarillo 5g nelson 5g willamette @10
    as above @5 min
    15g amarillo 15g nelson 15g willamette dry hop
    us-05 yeast
     
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    Posted 7/7/12
    I would have thought there was cascade in there some where..

    And 1kg of wheat............200g ?????

    Cheers
     
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    Posted 10/7/12
    I had this one on tap recently and love it. I found a recipe that looks like it will turn out really well. But i think I saved it on my work computer!! Ill get it and post it.
     
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    Posted 10/7/12
    mauler,
    after reading your recipe above I think the one I have is similar. Except it has cascade instead of willamete.
    I'd leave out the BE1. Since its under 5% isnt it? and BE1 is crap anyway. and use maybe 200gm of crystal malt. and may 200gm of LDM and a little dex 100 or 200gm.
    Ill still find the recipe and post it tomorrow or thurday
     
  8. mwd

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    Posted 10/7/12
    I would go with 1kg LDME, 200-500g of wheat and 500g BE1 if you have or if not go BE2.

    1Kg of wheat will probably push too far into a wheat beer characteristics.
     
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    Posted 11/7/12
    "James Squire One Fifty Lashes Pale Ale is a crisp finishing, Australian style cloudy Pale Ale with malted wheat for refreshing character and a concoction of hops which create fruity aromas of passionfruit, grapefruit and citrus"

    The review also mentions caramel character - so the suggestion of 200-300g of steeped crystal very useful, but it's also a very light coloured beer so maybe start with a can of Canadian Blonde instead of Pale Ale.

    To get to the 4.2% abv I'd use 0.75kg of wheat malt and 1 kg of BE1 or BE2. BE1 will give a lighter, thinner beer, BE2 will give you a thicker and slightly maltier beer.

    Or you could even start with a can of Light Liquid malt and boil in your own bittering hops and use a commercail yeast.
     
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    Posted 11/7/12
    I just finished a keg of this..i drink it at my local and this turned out very close,in aroma and taste.

    this is for 46 Lt

    3.9kg DME
    2.3lg LME wheat
    0.25 carapils
    0.03 carared

    pride of ringwood 31g @ 60 mins
    willamette 45g @ 10 mins
    amarillo 20g @ 1 min
    Nelson sauvin 23g @ 1 min
    us-05

    IBU 21
    EBC 7.9
    1049
    1012

    sensational drop
     
  11. sic_vl

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    Posted 12/7/12
    Heres the one I found. and ill make this one myself as is almost. I think ill cut the 0 minute hop additions down to maybe 5gm each, otherwise the aroma might be a little overpowering.

    JS Lashes Ale

    Coopers Pale Ale/OS draught can
    1.5kg Tin Wheat Malt
    200gm LDM
    200gm crystal malt
    5g Amarillo 5g Nelson 5g casacde @ 15 mins
    5g Amarillo 5g Nelson 5g casacde @ 5 mins
    15g Amarillo 15g Nelson 15g Cascade @ 0 min. steep for 30 mins
    US-05
    23 Litres

    as always everyone has their own opinion on how its made.
     
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    Posted 16/7/12

    I like the idea of the daught can, it would be a much light and more basic start to te recipe..easy for you to add ingredients and taste the difference...I would probably go Pride of Ringwood instead of nelson though but thats just me.
     
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    Does it use the Coopers bottle yeast?
     
  14. mauler

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    Posted 16/7/12
    hi guy thanks for the input got a few diffrent ideas now dunna give a few a go
     
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    Posted 16/7/12
    You have convinced me now and i have decided to replicate the 150 lashes also....heres what im gonna do:

    *1x1.7kg Coopers Draught Tin
    *1x1Kg Go Vita Ultra Brew (equivalent to BE2)
    *150g Crystal Grain
    *100g x My own Roasted Pearl Barley (just ask if anyone wants to know how i do this)
    *12g xAmarillo for 30 mins
    *12g Pride of Ringwood for 10 mins

    What does everyone think??
     
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    Posted 18/7/12
    Seriously, I wouldnt be using POR in it. POR is pretty much a bittering hop. and your already using a Draught tin thats already bittered with POR.

    Out of curiousity how do you do your on roasted pearl barley?
     
  17. JakeSm

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    Posted 18/7/12

    i have a recipe i have used for quite a while now where i brew the coopers draught tin with PoR hops and the equivalant of be1 sugar.
    thats all i used to use and the beer was absoloutly beautiful..
    the draught tin is light coloured so i can acheive the colour i need when i also add the grains to it...
    because of the roasted barley i putt into it i will need it to be bittered again so this is why i used PoR and the fact that its flavour is so awesome anyway..

    i put this beer on today and it went really really well and with a lower OG as the lashes is a bit weaker in strength. i would say its gonna be nice regardless of what im tying to replicate.

    This was the recipe i used, (came up with it last night):


    1kg body booster
    cooper yellow draught
    200g barley
    100g crystal
    50g dark dry malt

    6g pride of ringwood @ 20 mins
    4g Amarillo @ 10 mins
    4g Cascade @ 10 mins
    6g pride of ringwood @ 5 mins
    4g Amarillo @ 0 mins steep for 40 mins
    4g cascade @ 0 mins steep for 40 mins

    Dry hop 4g amarillo
    dry hop 4g cascade

    use yeast from draught tin. Pitched at 26 degrees.

    As for the Roasted Pearl Barley, go to coles and buy pearl barley from the section where you would find all the soup beans and split peas.
    i tossed the barley in a bowl with a very light sprinkling of brown sugar and dark dry malt (this just coats the outside for extra caramelisation)
    then roast in the oven on a flat tray at 170 degress tossing around every couple of mins untill you get the desired colour you want.
    Cool on the tray and using a fork, scrape the barley around to seperate and place into sterilised jar for storage.

    Use as per Wheat/barley in recipe.

    heres a picture of my Roasted Pearl Barley.

    my_roasted_barley.jpg
     
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    Posted 2/8/12

    hey jake, noticed you are drinking a Squire Golden Ale clone. just curious on the recipe, I've done a couple that were pretty decent, but if yours is spot on, I'd love to try it.

    cheers
     
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    I second that, I would be keen for a golden ale clone recipe
     
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