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Old 02-27-2010, 05:42 PM   #11
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God, I love Sweetwater Blue. Anybody have a clone recipe?

If you are near Topsail State Park near Santa Rosa Beach, east of Destin, there is a cool place called "The Red Bar". Google will get you there!

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Old 02-27-2010, 07:29 PM   #12
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God, I love Sweetwater Blue. Anybody have a clone recipe?!
Never tried a clone, but from what I understand, they use a combo of 2-row and wheat, with Centennial... if you wanted to try and throw something together.
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Went to McGuires for dinner tonight. Fantastic all around. My only complaint is that the Old Fashioned Ale is actually the light beer. Didn't realize until I got it. I was expecting something more like a bitter. Oh well, the porter made up for it. Food was great, and the atmosphere too. Thanks for the tips all.

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Yeah, I was gonna say anything by Sweetwater...I've always loved the 420

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