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Fermentables

% lbkg fermentable ppg   L   usage   remove
69% Maris Otter Pale - UK
11% Briess Special Roast
11% English Black Roast
3% English Chocolate Malt
3% Raw Sugar
3% Brown Sugar - US
1.75 lb kg

Hops

oz g variety type usage time AA   IBU remove
Amarillo 20.1
East Kent Goldings 8.7
0 oz g

Yeast

name attenuation   remove
White Labs London Ale WLP013
 

Other Stuff

Irish Moss

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Mash Steps

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Recipe Facts

Clone Of Session Brown SB
Northern English Brown Ale
1.00 Gallons Liters
2.50 Gallons Liters  @  45  min
1.048
1.014
13.9° SRM
75%
28.8 IBU (brewgr)
0.60
4.4% ABV
160 per 12oz

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