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Old 07-26-2012, 01:15 AM   #11
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Permo, how did the recipe turn out?

From their web page they use 2-row, rye malt, honey malt, oats, honey, Magnum, and Tettnager

http://www.madisonriverbrewing.com/o...-fly-honey-rye

My cousin loves this beer and asked me to brew a clone for his wedding. I sent an email to the brewery. Hopefully they will share some information.
Did you ever get a response? I was in Montana last week and had a couple glasses of this at Montana Ale Works and it is an excellent beer...I would love to brew it...

Edward
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Old 07-26-2012, 01:23 AM   #12
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Permo, how did the recipe turn out?

From their web page they use 2-row, rye malt, honey malt, oats, honey, Magnum, and Tettnager

http://www.madisonriverbrewing.com/o...-fly-honey-rye

My cousin loves this beer and asked me to brew a clone for his wedding. I sent an email to the brewery. Hopefully they will share some information.
Did you ever get a response? I was in Montana last week and had a couple glasses of this at Montana Ale Works and it is an excellent beer...I would love to brew it...

Edward
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Screw the beer, I want to fish the river!

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Old 07-26-2012, 02:20 AM   #14
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Did you ever get a response? I was in Montana last week and had a couple glasses of this at Montana Ale Works and it is an excellent beer...I would love to brew it...

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They never responded. I did just keg my second try at a clone. First try had too much rye..
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