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Old 11-22-2008, 01:56 PM   #1
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Default 6 Stone Clone recipes in Dec. 08's BYO Mag

I got the latest issue of BYO and it has a great article on Stone Brewing along with clone recipes for their Pale Ale, IPA, Ruination, Smoked Porter, RIS, and the Bittersweet Chocolate Oatmeal Stout.

Sweet issue!!!! Check out pages 44 and 45

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They caught my eye as well. I'v never brewed a clone recipe from BYO, are they usually pretty good clones?

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They caught my eye as well. I'v never brewed a clone recipe from BYO, are they usually pretty good clones?
I brewed their Two-Hearted Ale clone from their 150 Clone Recipes edition and I thought it turned out pretty decent. I didn't do a side by side with Two-Hearted, but it's the first homebrew that SWMBO drinks multiples of and Two_Hearted is among her favorite commercial brews.
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They caught my eye as well. I'v never brewed a clone recipe from BYO, are they usually pretty good clones?
I've used a couple of them, they always seem to come out well.
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Bittersweet Chocolate Oatmeal Stout.
Sweet, thats a great brew - cant wait to see how the clone is!
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Oh man, I asked for a subsription for Christmas, but don't think I will get this issue in time. I ordered the 150 clone issue off their website, for a alarming $9 for 1 issue, but I had to have it. I don't think I can convince myself to do the same for this month. None of the magazine/book places have it here either.

EdWort, is their IPA clone spot on with the recipe you did?

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I'm willing to bet that all of the Stone clones will be decent. They actually interviewed Stone brewers for the article, so I'm sure they had some decent input.

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Oh man, I asked for a subsription for Christmas, but don't think I will get this issue in time. I ordered the 150 clone issue off their website, for a alarming $9 for 1 issue, but I had to have it. I don't think I can convince myself to do the same for this month. None of the magazine/book places have it here either.

EdWort, is their IPA clone spot on with the recipe you did?
I subscribed about 4 weeks ago and then called because I had not received anything. They said I would get the January issue which came out in December. Maybe that is true for you too..
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I've already plugged the IPA and Ruination into Beersmith.

Brewing the IPA (slightly modified) this weekend.

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Oh man, I asked for a subsription for Christmas, but don't think I will get this issue in time. I ordered the 150 clone issue off their website, for a alarming $9 for 1 issue, but I had to have it. I don't think I can convince myself to do the same for this month. None of the magazine/book places have it here either.

EdWort, is their IPA clone spot on with the recipe you did?
Our local Barnes & Nobles carries BYO and Zymurgy. Did you look there?
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