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    gal lit
    gal lit
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    Fermentables

    16% - Brown Sugar - US
    5% - Honey - US
    79% - Great Value Apple Juice (3 qt)

    Hops

    Hop Cones

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    Yeast

    Lallemand Nottingham Ale Yeast

    Other Stuff

    Yeast Energizer
    Yeast Nutrient
    Pectic Enzyme
    Cinnamon
    Clove
    Potassium Sorbate
    Potassium Metabisulfite
    Cider (back sweetening)

    Mash Steps

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of Modification Of Graupel Cider
    Specialty Cider/Perry
    • 0.75 Gallons Liters Batch Size
    • 0.75 Gallons Liters Boil Size
    • 30  min Boil Time
    • 1.131 OG
    • 1.026 FG
    • 0.0 IBU (brewgr) Bitterness
    • 0.00 BG:GU
    • 13.2° SRM Color
    • 90% Efficiency
    • 13.6% ABV Alcohol
    • 479 per 12oz Calories

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