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    gal lit
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    Fermentables

    32% - Dry Malt Extract - Extra Light - US
    37% - 2-Row - US
    32% - Maris Otter Pale - UK

    Hops

    Centennial
    99.7
    Centennial
    11.6
    Mt. Hood
    0.0

    Yeast

    Danstar Nottingham

    Other Stuff

    Irish Moss

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    Recipe Facts

    Clone Of St Pats Barleywine
    American Barleywine
    • 5.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
    • 6.00 Gallons Liters Boil Size
    • 90  min Boil Time
    • 1.116 OG
    • 1.023 FG
    • 111.2 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
    • 0.96 BG:GU
    • 6.6° SRM Color
    • 65% Efficiency
    • 12.0% ABV Alcohol
    • 415 per 12oz Calories

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