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    % lbkg fermentable ppg   L   usage   remove
    39% Pale Ale - DE
    31% Abbey Malt - DE
    9% CaraBelge - DE
    6% Belgian Clear Candi Sugar - BE
    6% Vienna - DE
    4% Dark Wheat - DE
    3% Special B - BE
    2% Munich Light - DE
    2.55 lb kg


    oz g variety type usage time AA   IBU remove
    East Kent Goldings 10.1
    East Kent Goldings 6.7
    East Kent Goldings 0.4
    0 oz g


    name attenuation   remove
    Fermentis Safbrew S-33

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    Pumpkin Fruit (1.8 lb can)

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of Dobble Otoño - HECHA
    Belgian Dubbel
    8.00 Gallons Liters
    10.00 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
    17.1° SRM
    17.2 IBU (tinseth)
    6.4% ABV
    243 per 12oz

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