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Old 10-07-2006, 02:43 PM   #1
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Default 150 Clone Recipes from BYO

I saw this on another forum and thought there might some interest. BYO magazine is selling a booklet with 150 Classic Clone recipes for $5.00 and a buck for shipping. http://brewyourownstore.com/clone.html

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Old 10-07-2006, 02:49 PM   #2
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Hmmmm, I wonder how this stacks up against the other clone recipe books out there. I'll have to it out...

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Thanks for the heads up. I picked up some back issues of BYO as well. I got 7 years to catch up on.

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I ordered it off the BYO website last Tuesday or Wednesday, and it came in the mail yesterday. Very fast shipping.

I like it. It has extract and all-grain recipes for most of the clone brews listed. There are a few I've found that have only an all-grain, but seems like most are given both ways.

What you don't get is any taste guidelines. If it's a beer you've had before or you can buy locally, you're set.

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I just ordered it. Have to check it out when it gets here

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ya i just ordered that and some back issues last week also cant wait!

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Saw a store copy today. Looks real good. One LHBS ordered 150 copies!

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Just ordered, thanks for the heads up!
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I have it and it rocks, lots and lots of good recipes I want to try. Several of my favorite beers are in it.

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I saw this on another forum and thought there might some interest. BYO magazine is selling a booklet with 150 Classic Clone recipes for $5.00 and a buck for shipping. http://brewyourownstore.com/clone.html
For six freakin' bucks I bet it stacks up pretty well valuewise.
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