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Old 05-25-2013, 06:09 PM   #1
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I like to experiment with my own recipes. I really like the idea of beating your own path with brewing. But I was wondering if anyone has any experience with a similar recipe that i made up last night. Its nothing fancy but i wanted to mix citrus hops with spicy hops in an ale style.
12 #2 row
1.25# 40
.25 Victory
0.6 magnum 60
2 Cascade 15
2 Centennial 10
1 Hallertau F.O.
Would it be a little better to up the victory to really enhance the "spices" of the nobles? Any feedback good or bad is always appreciated; happy brewing on the memorial day weekend. Thanks to all our vets and their families. No more noble a cause than the service of our brothers and sisters.

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