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Old 09-09-2012, 06:40 PM   #1
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Default Great divide oak aged double ipa clone?

Just had a 18th anniversary oak aged double ipa by Great Divide Brewing company. I think this beer us phenomenal and would like to try and clone it. Anyone ever cloned one or have any idea where I should start? I can't find any info. Thanks for the help in advance

Ęgir was a god who would host a party where all the gods would drink the beer he brewed for them. He made this in a giant kettle that Thor had brought. The cups in Ęgir's hall were always full, magically refilling themselves when emptied.
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Old 09-10-2012, 09:41 AM   #2
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It says on the bottle that's it's basically a double version of Denver Pale Ale. I'd start by looking for DPA clones. I'm not sure why they called it a DIPA; it's really not. It's much closer to a barleywine, imo. Since it says ipa on the bottle, now no one will buy the month's old bottles sitting on the shelves. I agree, though, that it's pretty good.
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