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Old 07-31-2014, 01:05 AM   #21
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I had the "perfect" IPA and I brewed it!...... It is the Heady Topper Clone from the recipe section. Then, unfortunately, I drank it side by side with a real Heady....... and, now, it is only a "really good" IPA
Back to the drawing board......
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Kegged/Serving: Session IPA, Dark Mild, Ordinary Bitter, Blonde Ale
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Primary: Dark Mild, Helles
Secondary/Lagering: Alt, Scottish 70, Dortmunder, Bo-Pils
Future Brews: Heady Topper Clone, Session IPA, Hop Fu, Porter, Plain ol American Ale More...... More....... Beer.......
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Old 07-31-2014, 01:21 AM   #22
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If I do have a recipe philosophy it's to try new things. I want to try the newest hop, yeast, malts etc. Also I don't give rat's rear end about bjcp style guidelines I brew for me and my friends so I will experiment.

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