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rubiconbrewer

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Hi,

Went to my local brewery and talked to the brew master and he let me take pictures of his recipe for an imperial ipa.

Anyways two of the grain ingredients I can't find, or don't know their full name. (Those two grains are Euro and Aro).

Any help would be appreciated!
 

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malteurop - if it's the bulk of the grainbill it's probably just american 2-row (you could sub rahr, briess, gambrinus)
aromatic - if it's in relatively small quantities then aromatic malt could make sense
 
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Thanks very much! ! All right ill use two-row then! yeah the aro is a very small quantity for the recipe!
 
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