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Old 11-08-2005, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default Extract / specialty grain recipe for Bridgeport ESB?


I tried Bridgeport ESB from Oregon last weekend. I don't think I ever had an ESB before. It was terrific - clean, noticeable but not overwhelming hoppiness, lightly sweet, very, very tasty.

I don't yet have one of those "clone brew" books. Does anyone have a tried-and-true extract/specialty grain recipe for this?




On-deck: an ESB; a Sierra Nevada Porter clone; an Irish Ale
Primary: cleaning
Secondary 1: Summer Wheat
Secondary 2: American Ale
Bottled/Conditioning: Lonely
Bottled/Drinking: Heineken clone w/Calif. Ale yeast; Fat Tire clone

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