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    % lbkg fermentable ppg   L   usage   remove
    44% Pilsner - DE
    32% Pale Ale - BE
    8% Munich - UK
    4% Cara Ruby - BE
    2% Carapils - DE
    1% Chocolate - DE
    8% Cane Sugar - US
    6.154 lb kg


    oz g variety type usage time AA   IBU remove
    Summit 21.7
    Summit 17.7
    Northern Brewer 8.4
    Northern Brewer 6.7
    Northern Brewer 5.2
    Ella 7.8
    Ella 6.1
    Azzaca 5.6
    Azzaca 4.3
    Azzaca 2.9
    Azzaca 1.8
    Azzaca 0.0
    Ella 0.0
    0 oz g


    name attenuation   remove
    Fermentis Safale US-05

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    Irish Moss

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of 88 Imperial IPA
    Imperial IPA
    17.00 Gallons Liters
    21.00 Gallons Liters  @  75  min
    15.0° SRM
    88.0 IBU (tinseth)
    8.8% ABV
    291 per 12oz

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