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Old 09-15-2012, 06:10 AM   #21
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Looks like a great brew. Question on a little tweak... What do you think about using Marris Otter? I just bought a 50# sack. I love the malty charecteristics of this. My wife is 5 months pregnant and I brewed her a Drop Top clone that she loved... The problem was two days after I tapped the keg we got the news. We live in Oregon and her two favorites are Rogue American Amber and Drop Top. So my plan is to brew both and bottle them. Even now iI hate bottling after kegging. Any input would be awsome.
Like you said, MO is going to give you more "malt" character so you can either go with that or add more hops, your choice.
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