Fat Tire Amber (10E) - MINI MASH
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Fat Tire Amber (10E) - MINI MASH

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New Belgium Brewing Company. Fort Collins, Colorado.

Makes 5 US gallons
3 Stars
Classic Review
The beer was lacking a back end taste. Had the initial bite but come up short in the throat. I tried adding Yakima Golding Pellets as a dry hop when I transferred into the secondary fermenter. The result was amazing and reminded of living in Colorado, which reminds me...why do I live in Ohio....
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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5 Stars
Classic Review
This is the best one I have made yet. Great flavor. I have tried Fat Tire in a Pub and it was a little more hoppy, however I like mine better! I will not change anything in the next batch. I plan on making many more of this one!
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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4 Stars
Classic Review
If you like Fat Tire you'll love AHS Belgium Pale Ale.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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4 Stars
Classic Review
Well - I wish I could give you a better comment but this beer left the house pretty fast. It's good!! Perhaps not exactly like Fat Tire but I'm certainly buying it again as EVERYBODY loved it. I think I might mini mash this a degree lower perhaps 154. I don't want to play with the ingredients yet. Either way = it's a keeper.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
4
5 Stars
Classic Review
Well i just kegged it, but I tasted the hydrometer sample and it is dead on. WOW, i couldn't believe how good it was. This was my first all grain recipe and I didnt quite get to the OG of 1.050 but I did get it down to FG of 1.005, my first time getting my brew this low. I can't wait to taste it after its carbed.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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5 Stars
Classic Review
This will definitely become a house favorite if you don't already have one. A friend brought me a bottle of Fat Tire (we can't get it in MD) In return I gave him a growler of my homebrew. He and I honestly like the homebrew version better. You will not be disapointed.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
5
5 Stars
Classic Review
I am glad I got it as a gift because I would not have chosen it because I got burnt out on Fat tire years ago. This clone tastes a lot better than the real thing. I also dry hopped mine in the secondary.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
5
5 Stars
Classic Review
It seems unnecessary to add another comment for this kit, but it truly is the best batch of beer I have made since I started brewing almost 1 year ago. The flavor is close to the commercial version, but of course I like mine far better. After 2 weeks in the bottle, it tasted very rough. Now 5 weeks out, it is awesome. I am trying to show restraint as I think it may improve with further conditioning, but waiting is the hardest part of brewing.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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5 Stars
Classic Review
This kit is great. Everyone liked it better than the real deal...even me! It has a bit more body and slight maltiness than Fat Tire. Got better with time, but went fast. I have 4 bottles left that I am going to sit on.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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4 Stars
Classic Review
After a week of primary, and a week of secondary off this recipe went to carb in its keg in my kegerator. I was worried at first when my burner went weak on me and my boil wasn't quite a rolling boil, but I have to say it was a very forgiving and rewarding kit. While not my best, it was found to be extremely enjoyable by all that have had it and I will definitely brew it again. I recomend at least 15 psi on a keg for this recipe, and no more higher than around 18. At 20 psi it was a bit overcarbed but made it a more enjoyable slow sipping beer without going flat. If you like true Fat Tire this is an affordable and more than comparable stand in!
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
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