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Old 02-07-2011, 03:29 AM   #11
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Would you mind posting the kona stuff you were given/ came up with?
Sure, below is the email I got from their Brewmaster Rich. I'll post what I came up with as soon as I figure out how to export it from BeerSmith.

Aloha Trace,

Mahalo for the compliments & glad you enjoy Big Wave! All our specific recipes are proprietary, but I can definitely give you some pointers/hints.

Malt is 2-row and Gambrinus Honey Malt. Hops are Warrior & Millenium for bittering (although you can substitute another high alpha hop if you like), Willamette & Hallertau for flavor/aroma.

Our targets:

OG 12.5 P

IBU 18
ABV 5.3%

Color 7.0 L (finished beer)

Ale yeast

Hope this helps and best of luck!

Cheers,

Rich

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Old 02-07-2011, 03:54 AM   #12
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Old 02-07-2011, 04:13 AM   #13
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You live in there back yard, why dont you go to the brewery and talk to a brewer/assistant brewer there? They probably will not give it to you in a 5 gallon back break down but I believe they would share the break down of the grains and hops they use. Take that and play around with beersmith or beer tools pro.

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Old 04-11-2011, 04:17 AM   #14
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Unfortunately all of the Bell's kits are no longer available from AHS for purchasing. Damn shame and I wonder why all the kit's are gone? Anyone have insight into this?
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There's a good amount of info on the Hopslam cloning attempts already, right here on HBT. Google search is your friend.
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Unfortunately all of the Bell's kits are no longer available from AHS for purchasing. Damn shame and I wonder why all the kit's are gone? Anyone have insight into this?
All of the Bell's kits are still available, just under a different name. Hopslam is now Hopdunk.

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Unfortunately all of the Bell's kits are no longer available from AHS for purchasing. Damn shame and I wonder why all the kit's are gone? Anyone have insight into this?
You didn't see the article about Bell's threatening Northerbrewer with litigation for their 3 hearted clone?


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