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Old 10-02-2012, 11:27 PM   #1
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I've made one all grain kit so far that turned out amazing, but know I have no idea what I want to make next! Please help!


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Old 10-02-2012, 11:33 PM   #2
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That's a nice problem to have What do you like? My next few batches are (in no particular order) a Scottish 70 or 80 Shilling, a Cream Ale, a Vanilla Robust Porter, an APA with Nelson Sauvign, and an American IPA with Citra. Unless I change my mind.


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Old 10-02-2012, 11:58 PM   #3
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How bout an Arogant Bastard Clone, I have a recipe that I got online and its pretty much right on
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What do you like to drink? I'm crazy about IPAs, but I made an oatmeal stout yesterday, and I think next will be a hoppy American amber followed by a brown porter.

so many beers, so little time!

I have a lot of recipes posted (under my avatar under the "recipe" click down), from Dead Guy clone to the oatmeal stout I made yesterday. If one of them sounds good, you could easily make any of those.
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What do you like to drink? I'm crazy about IPAs, but I made an oatmeal stout yesterday, and I think next will be a hoppy American amber followed by a brown porter.
No mild?!?


Come on you can squeeze than in....
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Come on you can squeeze than in....
I think the brown porter takes precedence. So many beers, and so little time! I could brew everyday and still not run out of ideas.
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Well this last batch I made was the Surly Bitter Brewer pro series kit and it turned out really great. Yooper I might just have to check out some of your recipes! College started up again and it's killing my time but I want to keep the rotation going
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Well this last batch I made was the Surly Bitter Brewer pro series kit and it turned out really great. Yooper I might just have to check out some of your recipes! College started up again and it's killing my time but I want to keep the rotation going
You did the surly bitter last? Then it's time for one of two things, depending on what you prefer. Either a malt bomb or a hop bomb! Totally different than the bitter (which is great).
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I prefer extreme hop over extreme malt! Is Surly Furious pretty good?
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I'm about to do the surly bender clone from NB for a second time....it is awesome.


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