Newcastle Clone?

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Vagabond

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Hey everyone, I'm looking for a Malt Extract Newcastle clone recipe. I searched around and I could only come up with All-Grain recipes. Could anyone point me in the right direction?
 

c.n.budz

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Here ya go, this is basically the recipe from clone brews

2oz 55l British Crystal Malt
2oz British Chocolate malt
1oz. Bristish Black malt

Steep grains for 30 min in 155-160* water

6lb DME light
23g target hops for 60 min

after 45 minutes
14g east kent hops
Irish moss

Wyeast 1098 british ale yeast
 

Big10Seaner

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There's one in BYO's 150 clone beers. It calls for blending 2 different beers together (as they do in the brewery) to produce the final one. I can look it up later, I'm at work now.
 

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Its not a clone per say but Papazian's Elbro Nerkte brown ale is real close but fresher of course. This was the first brew I ever did and it is still one of the best to date. It is also VERY easy to brew and quick to mature.
 
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