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Old 12-16-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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I am looking to do the Stone Sublimely clone, but I plan on adding standard Rye Malt (10%).

What do you think of the idea? Will it ruin it? Should I add it to the mash or steep?

So far here it is :

Canadian 2-Row Malt 11.0 lb 78%
Rye (US) 1.5 lb 10%
Crystal 60L (CA) 0.8 lb 5%
Carafa III (DE) 0.8 lb 5%


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Old 12-16-2013, 09:56 PM   #2
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I am looking to do the Stone Sublimely clone, but I plan on adding standard Rye Malt (10%).

What do you think of the idea? Will it ruin it? Should I add it to the mash or steep?

So far here it is :

Canadian 2-Row Malt 11.0 lb 78%
Rye (US) 1.5 lb 10%
Crystal 60L (CA) 0.8 lb 5%
Carafa III (DE) 0.8 lb 5%
Not sure if you've had Firestone Walker Wookey Jack, but that's a black rye IPA and its delicious. There's a clone recipe on here if you do a search for it. I've brewed it and its damn close.


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Here's the link to the recipe

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/fire...ttempt-333436/
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Should I add it to the mash or steep?
Mash it
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Bramstoker17 : it looks delicious! Seems pretty close to Stone sublimely except for the addition of Rye and Wheat, plus minor hops differences.

I might do the Stone sublimely - Wookey Jack mashup recipe! Or maybe try both.. I'm still not decided.
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Not sure if you've had Firestone Walker Wookey Jack, but that's a black rye IPA and its delicious. There's a clone recipe on here if you do a search for it. I've brewed it and its damn close.
this! One of my favorites...


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