Originally Posted by HickoryMike
Was this recipe ever made? This beer is incredible and I want to try a clone recipe.
no, i haven't made it yet, but will pretty soon. i will definitely post back on how it turns out, especially compared to the real thing.
Originally Posted by Brew-boy
I love this beer, and I think the brewer did a good job giving you the info. He could of been like some other A-holes and not even responded to your email. To call it a crappy response I Disagree 100%
and yea, it would have been nice to have more info, but like you said brewboy, at least he gave what he did
i saw another guy working on a clone here...http://blog.flaminio.net/blogs/index...ng-aamp-recipe
but I didn't see anywhere to contact him, and his blog seems inactive since about march. his is pretty similar although he has caramunich and 120L instead of 80L as well. his is a bit darker at 17 SRM. i don't have any around to judge the actual color. any thoughts? this is a good excuse for me to pick some up though.
the founder's website does say that it has "four varieties of imported Belgian caramel malts" so i'm not sure if they are counting carapils and/or aromatic as caramel malts, or if caramunich is in there as well. what do you think?
he also claims that they told him to ferment a little warmer than his guess of 67, so i'll probably try to hold 68-69