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Would like some ideas on how to make this. A good friend drinks it and she is about 10 weeks from being a mum, so with that time frame plus not being able to drink for a while after whilst you feed the kid, so I have time up my sleeve to make a clone of this and have it bottled for maybe 8 weeks secondary. Would appreciate any input on this.

 

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24 minutes ago, Rob Courtney said:

Would like some ideas on how to make this. A good friend drinks it and she is about 10 weeks from being a mum, so with that time frame plus not being able to drink for a while after whilst you feed the kid, so I have time up my sleeve to make a clone of this and have it bottled for maybe 8 weeks secondary. Would appreciate any input on this.

 

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I’m wondering if you need to steep some cracked crystal grain for this one or some addition amber to the Brewprint Spoke Amber Ale? Interesting.

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On 20/06/2020 at 11:14 AM, Rob Courtney said:

Would like some ideas on how to make this. A good friend drinks it and she is about 10 weeks from being a mum, so with that time frame plus not being able to drink for a while after whilst you feed the kid, so I have time up my sleeve to make a clone of this and have it bottled for maybe 8 weeks secondary. Would appreciate any input on this.

 

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G'day @Rob Courtney ,

What a great idea for a present! 

I've had to eyeball the colour from photos on the internet so that may need some adjusting, but the IBU is advertised on their website which always makes things a little easier. 

I'd tackle it like this:
E1, E2, E2, E2, X3, Y1, H1, H1 
Brewing Program: Ale
ABV: 5.5% > IBU: 33 > EBC: 35

Please let me know how it works out.

Cheers

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8 hours ago, BrewArt Team said:

G'day @Rob Courtney ,

What a great idea for a present! 

I've had to eyeball the colour from photos on the internet so that may need some adjusting, but the IBU is advertised on their website which always makes things a little easier. 

I'd tackle it like this:
E1, E2, E2, E2, X3, Y1, H1, H1 
Brewing Program: Ale
ABV: 5.5% > IBU: 33 > EBC: 35

Please let me know how it works out.

Cheers

 Thank you so much...and on a plus, I have Amarillo hops and an X3 and I was wondering what to do with them. This may be quite a few months before I get to it though, I think I have about another 12 brews left to do, so I'd like to get the ingredients down a bit before I re order...although in saying that, just as likely to bang out an order on the sly :) 

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