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Old 10-27-2008, 09:34 PM   #1
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there are 2 micro brewerys one is new glarus the other is water street brewery both in wi new glarus makes a apple ale that i would like to try and make and water street makes a rassberry wiess that i would like to try and make is there a way to clone them or find a recipe on line for them?


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Old 10-27-2008, 09:49 PM   #2
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What is the apple ale and when did it come out?! Is it possible I have missed one of their beers.....

For the raspberry weiss, I would brew an American wheat recipe, 50/50 pale wheat malt/2-row with about 20 IBU (use a citricy hop) and add raspberries in the secondary (maybe .5 lbs/gallon). I think that would get you close to the WS Raspberry Wheat. Ferment with Koelsch or Wyeast 1056 at low temps (~63).

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Old 10-27-2008, 09:58 PM   #3
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its in the unpluged bottles and it comes out this week they are bottleing it today or tomarow i was just there yesterday to try and get it early. they made it a couple of years ago and said they wouldn't make it again but by popular demand its back
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That is awesome!!! I'll have to call Discount. Where did you get it??? Were you at the brewery recently?

EDIT: sorry I was so excited I forgot you said you were just there...
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Mattspdfrk, it would help us all out if you used proper punctuation and grammar. Your first post is 6 sentences you jammed into one huge run-on sentence. Help us help you!
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Old 10-27-2008, 10:31 PM   #6
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Mattspdfrk, it would help us all out if you used proper punctuation and grammar. Your first post is 6 sentences you jammed into one huge run-on sentence. Help us help you!
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you mentioned maybe finding the recipe online. did you try the google?
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Old 10-27-2008, 10:43 PM   #7
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you mentioned maybe finding the recipe online. did you try the google?
Neither of those will be cloned already. I would bet on it.

True, it will help you a lot to use proper grammar here. This is not a standard issue interwebs forum. We likes are englisch 'round her.....
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grammer and spelling not really my strong points. i have a hard enough time typing. i think faster then the fingers can move...
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spent a lot of time googling both and havent come up with anything.



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