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Old 02-05-2012, 11:42 PM   #1
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Default Looking for 21 amendment clones

Hi guys!

My friend and I are interested in brewing some 21st amendment clones. The two beers we are interested in are Monk's blood and Allies win the war. We can't seem to find any clones.. whether it be extract or AG. Really looking to do an extract of both of these at some point. Has anyone attempted these or now how to get a grain bill?

here's all i could find..
Monk's Blood:


This is the one for Allies win the war:



any help would be appreciated! Thanks

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Old 03-03-2012, 12:49 AM   #2
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Shameless bump.. but here's what I found so far..


looking to do the monks blood:

% LB OZ Malt or Fermentable
67% 8 4 Pale Liquid Extract
8% 1 0 Belgian CaraMunich
8% 1 0 Belgian CaraVienne
4% 0 8 Belgian Candy Sugar Dark
4% 0 8 Belgian Special B
4% 0 8 Aromatic Malt
2% 0 4 Flaked Wheat
2% 0 4 Flaked Oats

hops
use time oz form
boil 90 mins 0.25 Centennial
boil 90 mins 0.25 Magnum
boil 30 mins 0.5 Amarillo

Yeast
White Labs Abbey Ale (WLP530)

misc
use time amount ingredient
boil 5 min 0.01 ounces Cinnamon Sticks
boil 15 min 1 tsp Whirlfloc Tablet
secondary 0 min 2 pounds Figs, dried, puree
secondary 0 min 0.001 ounces Vanilla Bean
secondary 0 min 1 ounces Oak Cubes

any input would be appreciated. Thanks guys!

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Old 03-03-2012, 12:54 AM   #3
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One of their clones were published in this issue of BYO. Maybe monk blood but dont quote me, Ill check when I get home.

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My bad it's the clone for bitter American. I haven't tried that one yet but I do like their watermelon beer.

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Old 03-03-2012, 03:28 AM   #5
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well I guess I can only hope for the best.. Winging it quiet a bit, but everything seems in order when i read over it. Unless someone has some tweaks it looks like I'll give it a shot.

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Looks like Tuesday ill be taking a stab at this. Still a bit worried. This will be the most complex brew to date.

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How'd it go? I'm sitting here sipping my first can of the stuff, and am completely enamoured. Figgy bubblegum, yum!

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Bump. I am also looking for an Allies Win the War clone recipe. Anyone have any suggestions?

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