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Old 02-16-2009, 12:33 AM   #1
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Default Harpoon Hibernian/Celtic Red Ale Clone?

Looking for a Clone of this recipe. Anyone have any leads?

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Old 03-22-2009, 06:47 PM   #2
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Bumping this thread..

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I'm bumping this because I'm drinking one now and really like this. It's got everything I really like in "celtic" ales. I want to brew something really close to this. It's malty, and hoppy and fruity and carmally all in perfect balance.
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Bumping again...also since I am drinking one for the first time. My last attempt at a Red Ale was nothing like this. Anyone have any ideas? Or direction as to what style this Celtic Red is....although I would assume its an Irish Red.
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I made an ordinary bitter a while back and used 1/2 a lb. of crisp amber malt, it had a very similar flavor. So this is what I'm going to try:

5.5 us gal

10 lbs. rahr 2-row
1 lb. muntons crystal 50-60
.5 lbs. crisp amber
2 oz. roasted barley

1.5 oz. ekg @ 5.0 aa (60)
.5 oz. ekg (5)

yeast S-04

I'll let you all know how it turns out, Cheers.

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