posted this a while ago on TastyBrew, but only had one hit, so I'll try it here. Hope you have had a chance to try The Bruery's Humulus Lager, which is a highly-hopped light-bodied lager, really a pleasure to drink since it gives you that West Coast hop bomb satisfaction without the weight of some DIPA's. The Bruery was willing to tell me that the beer uses the following ingredients:
Mexican Lager yeast at 52F
However, they wouldn't give me amounts. Anyone willing to take a stab at a clone recipe? I'm not great at starting from scratch on a recipe, but I know a lot of you thrive on that. The Bruery website says there are 4 lbs of hops per barrel and ABV is %7.2.