I've always brewed for me and my very few hop head and/or good beer appreciating buddies. This beer is an attempt to bridge the gap between them, and the Busch Light guys. Yuengling Lager is a beer that they all seem to appreciate. Also, my ol' man is a corn farmer in Iowa, so this provides an opportunity for me to incorporate his grain into my beer. I'm not exactly looking for a Yuengling clone, but looking for a session-able (if not crush-able) lager that's red, crystal clear and has some flavor. Recipe: Grain Bill- 5lbs- German RedX (12 L) 4lbs- American Pale 2-Row (1.8L) 2lbs- American Victory (28 L) 2lbs- Milled Iowa Gold (Corn) (.08L) Hop Schedule- 60 Minutes- .5oz Cascade 10 Minutes- 1oz Cluster Yeast- Mangrove Jack M84 (Bohemian Lager Yeast) Fermentation- 50 Degrees 2 weeks 65 degrees 4 days (D-rest) Rack to secondary Crash 5 degrees daily to 40 degrees 40 degrees for 3 weeks- Gelatin after 2 I like to bottle condition, so will likely need to add a smidgen more yeast along with the bottling sugar.