Topic: Cloning

Sasquatch Brewing Company: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, Last fall I made a trip up to that great beer city, Portland, Oregon, to visit a good friend. He took me to the southwest part of town to Sasquatch Brewing. They had only been brewing for a few months but all of their beers were excellent. by far my favorite was the

Rusty Truck Brewing Company: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, During a trip my wife and I took up the Oregon Coast. We stopped for dinner in Lincoln City, Oregon at Road House 101. There I had a Fender Bender Amber Ale brewed by Rusty Truck Brewing. This was the best Amber Ale I have ever had. It had great body, a nice

Cloning Beers for Beginners

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There are hundreds of resources available to homebrewers looking to clone the world’s most popular beers. But, inevitably, we’ve all stumbled upon that obscure brew that flies below the radar — be it a brew at the local pub or a limited release seasonal beer that came and left all too soon. Don’t fret, just

The Burnt Hickory Brewery: Replicator

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Scott reports that White Flag Third Strike Apricot Saison was originally based on Randy Mosher’s recipe for “Nit Wit,” however over time the recipe has been tweaked so much that it is now much closer to a saison than a wit.

Barrel-Aged Craft Beer Clone Homebrew Recipes

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“Curieux is a fairly simple recipe starting with our Tripel, which is then aged in bourbon barrels and blended with another batch of fresh Tripel. The vast majority of brewers here started out homebrewing so we all get excited anytime we get to do anything homebrew-related.” – Michael O’Connor, Allagash Brewing Company Allagash Brewing Company

Brewpubs Not Bottles

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Some of the best beers in the world can only be had on draft. We clone four US brewpub-only beers.

Milwaukee Brewing Co.’s Louie’s Demise Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, My neighbor and brewing buddy, David Toomes, was visiting relatives in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin a couple of months ago. He texted me to say he had found a beer he just raved about. I told him to bring back a six pack and we would see if we could brew it. That beer was

10 Classic Clones

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Now you can make your own recreations of Anchor Steam, Fuller’s ESB, Guinness Draught, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Orval Trappist Ale, Duvel, Paulaner Hefe-Weizen, Pilsner Urquell, Celebrator and Warsteiner Premium Varum. There are a lot of new beers on the market these days. While new types of beer come (and sometimes go), many classic beers

Mardi Gras Clones


Fat Tuesday comes around in February each year. And, as a homebrewer, you may be in the mood for something other than a hurricane. If so, try making these clones of Louisiana-based beers from Abita and Dixie.


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It’s arguably the most famous holiday beer in the world – Samichlaus. Learn from homebrewers who have made it how to clone this Christmas classic.

10 Clones from the Dark Side

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For this collection of homebrew recreations of commercial beers, the lure of roasted grains was just too much and we turned to the dark side. Brew these clones you must.

2 Distinct Approaches to 1 Big Beer: Barleywine Clones

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Brewed for centuries but not officially named until the previous one, barleywine is a bit of an enigma. It can be light or dark, hoppy or malty. The alcohol presence can be subtly woven or showcased center stage. A wide breadth and depth exists within barleywine’s parameters, giving the beer substantial room for interpretation. The

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