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Old 01-17-2013, 06:35 PM   #1
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Has anyone tried or is going to try the New Albion Ale clone recipe in BYO magazine? Boston Beer Company is going to re-release a one time offering of this recreation sometime this month. I plan on brewing this recipe next. Seems pretty simple so a new brewer like me should be successful.

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I have been trying to find if any of my local stores will carry it. If not I was gonna try making it too.

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The latest basic brewing video podcast with James Spencer is all about New Albion. Free at basicbrewing.com and itunes

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Old 01-30-2013, 06:26 PM   #4
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I think I will brew the clone from BYO soon too. Seems like it would be good for spring time.

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The beer blew me away. It's fantastic. If someone does the clone, let us know how close it is.

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I just grabbed a 6 pack of it Monday. Now I cant wait to leave work thanks to Revvy's review.

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I brewed a batch Monday using the extract/with grain option. The only extra step I did was to add the remaining hops (.2oz) at the end of the boil. I had 2-1oz packets of hops. Also I used the Wyeast 1028. This is my second brew, the first, Caribou Slobber is nearing 3 weeks in the fermenter and was anxious to start another and this was it. I have not yet found the New Albion Ale in the stores in the Milwaukee, WI area.

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I brewed a batch Monday using the extract/with grain option.
The original recipe is a 2-row/Cascade SMASH. What grain does that recipe tell you to steep?
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The original recipe is a 2-row/Cascade SMASH. What grain does that recipe tell you to steep?
That's exactly what I was going to ask

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Extract with grains option:
*Reduce the amount of 2-row malt to 2.0 lbs. (0.91 kg)
*Add 5. 0 lbs. (2.3 kg) of light dried malt extract.

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