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% lbkg fermentable ppg   L   usage   remove
74% 2-Row - US
4% Crystal 60L (UK)
4% Special Roast - US
8% Flaked Oats - US
4% Victory Malt - US
2% Chocolate Malt - US
4% Honey Malt - CA
2.9761 lb kg


oz g variety type usage time AA   IBU remove
Willamette (US) 15.0
East Kent Goldings 7.2
0 oz g


name attenuation   remove
Danstar Nottingham

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Recipe Facts

Clone Of little Sparky Nut Brown Ale R2
Northern English Brown Ale
13.00 Gallons Liters
15.49 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
14.7° SRM
22.1 IBU (tinseth)
5.3% ABV
171 per 12oz

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