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Old 12-20-2012, 01:50 PM   #21
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Ive been brewing this red, with a few minor adjustments, as my house IRA for years and love it. Solid receipe


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This one is going back in the rotation next, have the ingredients for a 5 gallon AG batch and will probably brew tonight. Going to do S-04 this time instead of the WY1272. It was such a crowd pleasing beer I need to have a keg of this around for my non hop-head/"heavy" beer friends. I like it too...
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