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% lbkg fermentable ppg   L   usage   remove
0% 2-Row - US
6% Caramel/Crystal 40 - US
6% Munich - Light 10L - US
6% Victory Malt - US
3% Caramel/Crystal 120 - US
1% Pale Chocolate - UK
78% Pale 2-Row - UK
16.75 lb kg


oz g variety type usage time AA   IBU remove
Centennial 9.5
Amarillo 8.1
Centennial 11.3
Amarillo 0.0
Centennial 0.0
Amarillo 0.0
Centennial 0.0
Amarillo 0.0
0 oz g


name attenuation   remove
White Labs California Ale WLP001

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Irish Moss
Yeast Nutrient

Mash Steps

Mash Steps

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Recipe Facts

Clone Of Amber - Evil Twin from Zymurgy
American Amber Ale
6.50 Gallons Liters
8.70 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
16.6° SRM
28.9 IBU (brewgr)
6.5% ABV
217 per 12oz

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