Date: July-August 2010

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Whirlpool Dynamics: The physics of trub removal

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Whirlpooling is a method for separating trub from wort that is widely used by homebrewers and commercial brewers. In commercial breweries, trub-containing wort is pumped tangentially into a tank with a flow


Holden’s Black Country Bitter clone

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Holden’s Black Country Bitter won Silver in the Bitter category in 2005 and is described as “A medium-bodied, golden ale; a light, well-balanced bitter with a subtle, dry, hoppy finish.” The data I have for this beer is: OG: 1.039. Malt bill: 85–95% Maris Otter pale malt, 0–10% crystal malt, 0–5% torrefied wheat, 0–2% brewing sugar. Hops: Fuggles, optional Goldings. Dry hops: Fuggles. EBC: 24–26.


Rudgate Viking clone

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Rudgate Viking won Silver in the Bitter category in 2002 and is described as “An initially warming and malty, full-bodied beer, with hops and fruit lingering into the aftertaste.” The data I have for this beer is OG: 1.039. Malt bill: 90% Halcyon pale malt, 10% crystal malt. Hops: Fuggles, Northdown or Challenger, Goldings. Late hops: Goldings. IBU: 24. EBC: 24–30.


Bateman’s XXXB Bitter clone

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Bateman’s XXXB Bitter won Gold in the Premium Bitter/Special Bitter/Strong Bitter category in 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1997. It is described as “A brilliant blend of malt, hops and fruit on the nose with a bitter bite over the top of a faintly banana maltiness that stays the course. A russet-tan brown classic.” From this I would suggest a yeast that provides a fruity character. The data I have for this beer is: OG: 1.048–1.049. Malt bill: 72–87% Pipkin or Maris Otter pale malt, 7.5–12% crystal malt, 0–3% wheat flour, 15–18% invert sugar. Hops: Challenger, Goldings. IBU: 37. EBC: 40–42.


CAMRA Champion Clones

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In 1971, four British journalists, on holiday in Dunquin, Ireland, sat in Kruger’s Bar and hatched a plan. Reacting to the decline of traditional, cask-conditioned ales in British pubs, they formed the Campaign for the Revitalisation of Ale in an attempt to reverse this trend. By 2010, membership in their group — which changed its


Mauldon’s Black Adder clone

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A dark bitter stout. Roast and nut aromas with a fruity balance of hops and dark malt provide an excellent lingering finish.


Barley Brown’s Brewing Co.’s Turmoil Cascadian Dark Ale clone

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Barley Brown’s Brewing Co.’s Turmoil Cascadian Dark Ale clone (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.070 FG = 1.010 IBU = 94 SRM = 35 ABV = 8.4% Ingredients11.5 lbs. (5.2 kg) 2-row pale malt 1 lb. 2 oz. (0.5 kg) Weyermann Carafa® Special II (dehusked) malt (450 °L) 1 lb. 2 oz. (0.5 kg)


Timothy Taylor Brewery: Boltmaker clone

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Formerly known as Best Bitter, this classic English bitter was renamed in 2012 but retains its classic copper/amber color, citrus and fruity hop character, and a roasted, malty bitter finish.


Coach House: Post Horn Premium Ale clone

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This extra special bitter pours a gold color and features a light, floral hop aroma.


American Rye

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If you’re looking for a well-balanced American rye, you’re in luck. Recipe provided by Jamil Zainasheff.


American Wheat

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If you’re looking for a well-balanced American wheat, you’re in luck. Recipe provided by Jamil Zainasheff.


Surly Brewing Company Furious IPA clone

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According to Surly Brewing Co., Furious is “An amber-colored ale with citrusy-hoppy aromas and flavors, balanced out by a chewy caramel malt backbone (sweetness), with a refreshing bitter finish.”


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