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Old 04-18-2009, 12:44 PM   #1
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I am mainly interested in Belgian clones. I have the Brew Like a Monk book, but to be honest, there are not that many recipes in there. So what do yall recommend? Clone Brews? Beer Captured? Is there anything newer than these 2? The recipes I am most looking for are Westvleteran 12, Triple Karmeliet and Unibroue's.

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I'm not too crazy about Beer Captured or Clone Brews.

I do like the BYO magazines, "150 Classic Clone Recipes". The beers you're looking for aren't in there, but it's a decent booklet with other good ones.
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