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Old 04-25-2006, 09:24 AM   #1
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Hi, does anyone have a clone for any mcEwans beers? i've got three books at home and none of them contain any clones for McEwans. In particular i'm after 70/- or 80/- or Champion Ale.

I'm sure I could post some here in return (if it's allowed!)...

thanks guys!

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Old 04-25-2006, 02:30 PM   #2
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Hi, does anyone have a clone for any mcEwans beers?
There a recipe here for McEwans #1 Champion...the search button would have led you it.

Above is the extract version...holler if you need the AG. Also, I've got another Wee Heavy recipe that is a dead-on clone for McEwans Scotch Ale (the version that gets exported to the US). The extract version of that recipe is here somewhere too, and I just finished doing the AG version so shout if you want it.

I've not seen a recipe for McEwans IPA anywhere, but I'd sure love to have one.
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There a recipe here for McEwans #1 Champion...the search button would have led you it.

Above is the extract version...holler if you need the AG. Also, I've got another Wee Heavy recipe that is a dead-on clone for McEwans Scotch Ale (the version that gets exported to the US). The extract version of that recipe is here somewhere too, and I just finished doing the AG version so shout if you want it.

I've not seen a recipe for McEwans IPA anywhere, but I'd sure love to have one.

I'd like to have that AG recipe. Plz
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I'd like to have that AG recipe. Plz
Just posted it here.
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I guess McEwans must export most of their beer, 'cause nobody drinks it in Scotland.

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I guess McEwans must export most of their beer, 'cause nobody drinks it in Scotland.
I guess you guys are too busy drinking Budweiser?

Seriously tho...what are you drinking in Scotland, if not McEwans? Belhaven?
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I guess you guys are too busy drinking Budweiser?

Seriously tho...what are you drinking in Scotland, if not McEwans? Belhaven?
Freaking Guinness, I'll bet!
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Freaking Guinness, I'll bet!
EVERYBODY drinks Guinness!!!



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Tennants, Deuchers IPA & Belhaven are all fairly popular for Scottish beers. I suppose we (I) mostly drink European beers though. Guinness is obviously popular too, there's a tap in every pub.

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