Hi guys so id like to recreate the mass consumed beer here in my beloved/frustrating south africa.... This is the beer(one of the culprits) that roused out leaders in government to stamp the alcohol ban on our nation during the covid lockdown im sitting here ,sipping on one of my glorious homebrewed creations,still marvelling at the utter complexity of these little carbonated bubbles drifting up to the foam that i created Cannot believe these little buggers carbonated and gave me a carbonated beer from bottling,lol. And it actually tastes good. But,i want to try my hand at creating Carling black label beer,the south african one. The only ingredients listed on the bottle are Water, barley malt (gluten), maize extract & hops. abv 5.5 IBU 16Brewed by SAB - South African Breweries (AB InBev) Style: Pale Lager - International / Premium COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION Recognised as being a beer that’s full bodied, well rounded and truly rewarding, Carling Black Label is strong and full flavoured, with a low bitterness and a distinctive fruity aroma. distinctive fruity aroma is nonsense,low bitterness is true,from my experience. definitely some maize(?) hint offering sweetness(?) i have included some pics of the bottle and its label. Yes,i currently have a nice pilsner brewing and an experimental choc beer,but help me to figure this clone please,its my first love thank you guys aargh,i know thats not much to work with,but im hopin to hear some good advice,thanks.