Originally Posted by Thirdeye
Nothing in particular. A few clones are always welcome in my house though...Dogfish 60, Odell's IPA, 90 Shilling to name a few.
If you like Bells 2 Hearted Here is a Clone Recipe....
Style: India Pale Ale (IPA)
Grains / Malt / Syrup / DME
6# Light DME
7# Light LME
Hops & Schedule
1oz Centennial AAU 9 - 60min
.5oz Cent. AAU 4.5 - 15min
.5oz Cent. AAU 4.5 - 10min
.5oz Cent. AAU 4.5 - 5min
.5oz Cent. AAU 4.5 - 0min
1oz Cent. AAU 9 - Dry-Hop
.5# Crystal 20L
(No starter required)
OG 1.050 FG 1.013
Heat 1 gallon of water to 155. Steep Grains for 1/2 hour.
Add water to bring volume to 3+ gallons, and bring to boil.
Remove from heat and stir in malt extract.
Return to heat, and bring to boil.
Add first ounce of Centennial, and boil for 45 minutes. Boil for an additional 15 minutes while adding last two ounces of Centennial, either spread evenly or 1/2 ounce every 5 minutes.
Remove wort from heat and cool to below 70 farenheit. Pour into fermenter and add cool water to top off to 5 gallons.
Pitch yeast on top of wort, seal fermenter, and store in a cool (65-70 farenheit) dark location for one week.
Rack beer to secondary, and add one ounce of Centennial pellets, and allow for at least one, preferably two, weeks in secondary.
At end of Secondary, add 3/4 cup Corn Sugar boiled with 2 cups water to bottling bucket, and rack beer into bottling bucket.
Bottle, age at least two weeks, and serve! If you're patient, this one really tastes great after 2-3 months in the bottle!