Smithwick's Irish Ale Clone (all grain) recipe desired
I'm looking for a clone recipe of Smithwick's Irish Ale that has been brewed by others here with more experience than I have. If you are willing to share, please post your recipe and tasting notes. I'm sure someone on here has nailed it dead on (flavor, bitterness, color, head retention, etc) and sure others have come close. If you've come close, please share along with what you would modify for the next try. If you've nailed it - I am confident others would want to try your recipe too!
Thanks in advance. Hoping to brew this sunday and will need to pick up grain, hops & yeast on Saturday.
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