Tankhouse Ale Clone

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Tankhouse Ale Clone

Post by Canuck » 7 years ago

I am a huge fan of Mill St. Tankhouse Ale. So after I put on my Double IPA tomorrow, the next batch is going to be a Tankhouse Ale clone. The recipe that I am going to follow is from here.

http://www.hoptomology.com/2011/05/24/b ... ale-clone/


And I've got lots of Cascade hops too! :D


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Post by Jack » 7 years ago

I love Mill St. Tankhouse Ale! Perfect timing in posting this as i was looking for a recipe to try (1gal size).
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Post by Jstranak » 7 years ago

A CABA newsletter from a number of years ago contained a 5gallon homebrew recipe in it that was the precursor to the commercial version of TankHouse, as follows:

73.6% 2row
9.6% UK ?Medium crystal
9.6% wheat malt
6.4% flaked barley
0.8% black

60mins@ 154F

31IBU Cascade @60
3.7IBU Cascade @30
2.9IBU Cascade @20
1oz Cascade @flameout

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OG: 1.044
FG: 1.011
37IBU
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Post by Sixstring78 » 7 years ago

I'll have to give those recipes a shot. Tankhouse kicks butt!
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Post by stanzela » 7 years ago

Yeah, Tankhouse is right-good. Canuck, those are some lovely looking buds - is it "de 'omegrown"?

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Post by Canuck » 7 years ago

stanzela wrote:Yeah, Tankhouse is right-good. Canuck, those are some lovely looking buds - is it "de 'omegrown"?
Homegrown. :)

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Post by stanzela » 7 years ago

Mighty fine looking. God, I wish I had started this crazy hobby before the summer so I would have had a chance to try growing.

Only in beer making can you talk about your homegrown, green, sticky buds and still be speaking about something within the realm of legality. Mmmm, green, sticky, homegrown buds - sounds good no matter how you slice it.

Anyhow, kudos to you, and your nice little stockpile!

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Post by Canuck » 7 years ago

I got my Tankhouse Ale clone put on today. Looking forward to seeing how close this comes to the original.


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Post by Tony » 7 years ago

Oooooh that looks soooo good, Canuck.
My mouth is watering as I look at the pictures.
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Post by ihomebrewing » 7 years ago

It will most likely be better than the original. Like the pics.

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