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Clone close to Landshark?

Hi
We are new to brewing and would like to find something close to Landshark anyone
have a recipe or know of a kit that is close?

Thanks
:slight_smile:

[quote=“chewey”]Hi
We are new to brewing and would like to find something close to Landshark anyone
have a recipe or know of a kit that is close?

Thanks
:slight_smile: [/quote]
If you google “landshark lager clone recipe” there are a few it seems, including extract recipes.

Since you state that you’re new to brewing…you realize lagers are a bit more involved than ales right?

You have to be set up to accurately control fermentation temperature around 50 degrees. Then lager the beer close to freezing for at least a few weeks, preferably more like 4-6 weeks.

Fermentation and lager temps are only part of making a good lager though. You’ll also need to create a big yeast starter to ensure successful fermentation.

Your processes will need to be accurate because with a beer like that, a pale pilsner-like lager, there’s nothing to hide flaws behind.

Not trying to discourage you from attempting it. Just making sure you know the kind of things you need to focus on for a lager.

Danny is right. That said, you can try this mini-mash recipe. Should come reasonably close to Landshark.

viewtopic.php?f=4&t=114017&p=1005496&hilit=american+lager#p1005496

Thanks,
very much for good advice. We hope to build some kind of area where we can control environment.

Cheers :cheers:

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