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bryanbrew 01-17-2009 02:19 AM

anyone try the surly furious clone...?
midwest supplies has a clone of the surly brand furious IPA. Anyone Try it?
If so how do you rate it?

Limited Visibility 01-17-2009 05:38 AM

Never heard of it... where is it from?

bryanbrew 01-17-2009 12:48 PM

Its a brewery from brooklyn park MN (10min from my house) there IPA (furious) is unbelievable with its strong hop flavor and a twist of citrus to it! really good if your into IPA's! Check em out! its probably surlybeer.com??????????

cowstick 01-18-2009 03:49 PM

Its Fing amazing just unbeliveable how good that clone is. and the website is Untitled Document I love that place and their beer my fave is coffee bender bender and darkness which btw sold for 175 bucks on ebay for a 750ml bottle.

TonyAngelo 02-22-2009 04:44 PM

The Midwest clone is really good. Mine is just now over a month old in the bottles and it's already quite tasty and very close to the original.

thataintchicken 02-23-2009 08:48 AM

We had an IPA tasting night with our brewclub. Furious was a part of it. One of the members brought it back form a business trip.
Man, was that nice. I actually preferred it to Pliny the Elder.

I will have to brew that clone recipe, as I cannot get Furious here in CA.

brewpunk 03-30-2009 04:42 PM

I brewed Midwest's ferocious IPA, which is the clone of the Surly Furious. It was the all grain version, and it came out incredible. With 3 oz of dry hopping, it took a couple weeks to settle down once I kegged it, but after about two weeks in the keg and fully carbonated it is the best beer I've brewed yet. I then went to the Surly tour this weekend when I was in Minneapolis, and the one I brewed was very close to the Furious. Mine was missing a little of the malt character, but I was having a little thermometer problem and might have been a degree low on my mash. I'm going to mash at 153 next time to see if some of the non-fermentables come through more.

Either way, it definatley is a kit that is worth it at $33.

bdnoona 03-30-2009 05:51 PM

Can you post the recipe?

sparkyaber 03-30-2009 08:57 PM


Originally Posted by bdnoona (Post 1228830)
Can you post the recipe?

Is that "legal"?

If it is I can scan it, copy paste, something it.

I just bought that kit last weekend and plan on brewing it this weekend (all grain). I have heard that it just amazing! It is great to hear others singing its praises. It is probably one of my favorite ipa's.

cowstick 03-31-2009 06:00 AM

The recipe is on the web site. Check it out.
Ferocious IPA All Grain Kit :: Midwest Supplies Homebrewing and Winemaking Supplies

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