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Coopers Mild Ale clone

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2 weeks 1 day ago #4299 by davidevans
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Good morning,
Does anyone have an all grain recipe & method for a Coopers Mild Ale clone 3.5% approximately?
I’m thinking pale malt & maybe Pride of Ringwood hops but no idea on water or grain quantities to make 23 ltrs of wort. Yeast wise will make a starter using purchased bottles of Coopers Mild.
Any thoughts much appreciated.

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2 weeks 18 hours ago #4300 by Ballabrew
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Depends on how efficient you are. I would go with about 3kg of grain To make the 23 litres and have a bag of dry malt extract on hand. Take a gravity reading at the end and add more extract or water as required. just making that up off the top of my head.

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1 week 2 days ago - 1 week 2 days ago #4304 by Finnroo
Replied by Finnroo on topic Coopers Mild Ale clone
Just had a quick google around about this beer , got this from the Coopers site.
This ale is the product of brewing with a selection of barley and wheat malt, and with no added sugar. This traditional brewing approach provides the smooth malt character which is balanced by a triple hopping of the brew with Pride of Ringwood and Saaz hops. The brew has fermented similarly to its stablemates Pale and Sparkling Ale, with the customary secondary fermentation in the bottle and can.
So that being said, ive come up with this. See attachment.
Having not tasted or brewed it i dont really know, but thought id have a go at getting you started. Cheers mate.
Ive just reread the hops and missed it said triple hopping of both hop varieties so have a play around with those.
Last edit: 1 week 2 days ago by Finnroo. Reason: Triple hopping

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Gash - Sat 16 Nov - 14:11

hahaha yes! hahaha some one pay me, anyone??? hahaha Cheers mate!

Yotatrkr - Tue 12 Nov - 01:26

What’s up Gash! Just wanted to give you a shout out from the your videos,keep up the good work....kegland should have you on the payroll!! CHEERS!!!??

Gash - Sun 27 Oct - 19:48

Well I did mine at 19c, Cheers!

Navsingh - Sat 26 Oct - 12:31

Hi Gash your Coopers Chocolate and vanilla recipe turned out great with added vanilla extract in the keg. Next i'm trying your Coopers Neipa. Can you please tell me what temp you brewed that one,I'm gonan use S33 for that one instead us05

Gash - Wed 16 Oct - 11:50

Yes you will need to, like in the video, real extract not the imitation cheers mate

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