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Old 05-19-2006, 02:14 AM   #1
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Default Recipe for a Hop Rod Rye clone?

Hey guys,

I'm planning on making an IPA for my next batch. I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas for a Hop Rod Rye clone...?

If not, then does anyone have a good IPA recipe for a really good, in-your-face type of IPA? I'm looking for something citrusy and a good helping of bitter.

Thanks!

(oh, btw, i'm looking for an extract recipe.)

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just do a search, there are tons of threads with Hop Rod Rye clones. It's very popular on this board!

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just do a search, there are tons of threads with Hop Rod Rye clones. It's very popular on this board!

Unfortunetly, the words hop, rod, and rye are all 3 letter and the search filters all of them out.

Try this one.....


http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=590
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The problem is the search function won't pick up 3 letter words, so "Hop Rod Rye" is screwed!

Just search for "Humboldt" and look for a "Humboldt Hop Rod" thread and you should find the one that DeRoux posted, which is from a BYO article.

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I'm so ashamed.....

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just humbolbt'd a bit

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just do a search, there are tons of threads with Hop Rod Rye clones. It's very popular on this board!
Actually that's the first thing I did, and the other posters were right... it was hard to find anything about hop rod rye...
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seems like all the recipes I can find are AG... i'm lookin' for extract. Oh well...

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seems like all the recipes I can find are AG... i'm lookin' for extract. Oh well...
Found it.

Extract option is in the notes.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showpost...9&postcount=15
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Found it.

Extract option is in the notes.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showpost...9&postcount=15
ahh, cool. Thanks!
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