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Old 09-03-2010, 09:58 AM   #1
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Default AHS's Two Hearted clone vs. eschatz's recipe

I'm wondering which is best. (i.e. closest to real 2-hearted) Has anyone tried both, or have comments about either one relative to the real thing?


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Old 09-03-2010, 10:43 AM   #2
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I haven't done the AHS. But eschatz's is damn close in a side by side.


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I have only had the AHS and it was really close!
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anyone else?
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I did the northern brewer and it was very close. I also did the AHS and it was a good beer but not close at all. Two Hearted is 100% Centennial hops as I understand and my AHS kit had no centennial hops at all in the kit.
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I did a similar one to eschatz's and the first 5 gallons of 10 were excellent but not all that close IMO. Granted I've only had a few bottles of it to compare. My second 5 gallons of the batch were aged longer and I doubled up on the dry hop. It really improved the beer and from memory I think it was much closer to the original. Really does not matter as it is a superb drinking IPA as brewed.


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