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- 7° L
- 5.2 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 43 IBU
- 6.1 % ABV
CLONE of Purple Toe IPA with alterations to both the DME Bill and Specialty Grain Bill. Originally concocted to commemorate a brick falling on my toe. Thankfully, the brick was inside of an old sock. I have a few bricks like that. They are used mainly to hold down the ill-designed Lids on my Big Mouth Bubbler fermenters. WAS UNABLE TO ENTER DRY HOPS due to a technical bug: They are 1/2 oz. each of Simcoe, Amarillo and Citra for 7 days.
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