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Old 09-25-2009, 08:03 PM   #1
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I am brewing a small batch of this Christmas beer. I am using one of the recipes from "Brew" magazine. It is a clone recipe for St. Arnold Christmas Ale. What class would you place it in?

This is for a half batch... 2.5 gallons

5.5 lbs 2-Row UK
10 oz. Caravienne
7 oz. Munich 10L
4oz. Caramunich
4oz. Special B Malt

.38 Chinook
1.5 oz. Liberty

Wlp 002-English Ale

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What size? 3, 3 1/2? My vote would be Ordinary Bitter, Pale Mild, or the start of a weak Old Ale, assuming there is no fruit or spice.

Well, maybe not... Experimental Style works, right?

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seasonal...

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seasonal...
There's nothing notably "seasonal" about it, though.
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He called it a Christmas beer, Christmas is a season. That's why I said seasonal.

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