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- 22° L
- All Grain
- 6 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 69 IBU
- 6.3 % ABV
Created using Wyeast 1388 Belgian strong which I didn't get to use when the wort from a recipe I was cloning, was ruined by a leaking immersion chiller. Hopped with a bunch of free Amarillo pellets I got from joining AHA, and fermented with some Belgian candy sugar I didn't get to use from the wort disaster. I like hoppy beers, and I figure as a novice brewer using only the Amarillo will help give me an idea of its character.
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