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Old 06-11-2009, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default Avery Redpoint Ale Clone?

I'm trying to find a recipe to clone Avery Redpoint Ale -- I could literally drink a keg of this stuff in one night -- I can't get enough of it. And then, they stop distributing it in my area for whatever reason.

Anyone know where I can find a clone of this recipe?


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I'm trying to find a recipe to clone Avery Redpoint Ale -- I could literally drink a keg of this stuff in one night -- I can't get enough of it. And then, they stop distributing it in my area for whatever reason.

Anyone know where I can find a clone of this recipe?

I do not have a clone but I have made Jamils West Coast Blaster and man it was tasty as well. A bit bigger than red point but good.

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Old 06-11-2009, 02:07 PM   #3
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A brewery's webiste is always the best place to start looking:

Hop Variety: Columbus, Crystal & Sterling
Malt Variety: Two-row barley, caramel 75L, caramel 120L, Munich 100L
OG: 1.052 * ABV: 5.1% * IBUs: 22
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I might experiment around with it and try to hit it
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