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    gal lit
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    Fermentables

    64% - Maris Otter Pale - UK
    16% - Wheat Malt - DE
    8% - Crystal Rye - UK
    4% - Crystal 60L - UK
    3% - Flaked Barley - US
    3% - Acidulated Malt - DE
    3% - Corn Sugar (Dextrose) - US

    Hops

    Styrian Bobek
    10.0
    Cluster
    11.6
    Willamette
    1.9
    Willamette
    1.1
    Willamette
    0.0
    Willamette
    0.0
    Citra
    0.0
    Cluster
    0.0
    Citra
    0.0

    Yeast

    Mangrove Jack's M36

    Other Stuff

    Protafloc Tablet (Use half) last 15mins of boil

    Mash Steps

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of New England IPA
    English IPA
    • 22.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
    • 27.00 Gallons Liters Boil Size
    • 60  min Boil Time
    • 1.050 OG
    • 1.007 FG
    • 24.6 IBU (brewgr) Bitterness
    • 0.49 BG:GU
    • 11.1° SRM Color
    • 72% Efficiency
    • 5.5% ABV Alcohol
    • 164 per 12oz Calories

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