Writer: Marc Martin

Abita Brewing Company Andygator Doppelbock: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I went to a beer tasting at Bruisin’ Ales in Asheville, North Carolina, which featured beers from the Abita Brewing Company. I was impressed with their Andygator Doppelbock. Their website says that they use German lager yeast and Perle hops. Is there any chance you could help me with the rest of the

C.H. Evans Brewing Company Kick Ass Brown Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I am fortunate in my line of work to travel around the world and sample some fantastic beers. Recently, I found myself in Albany, N.Y. at the C.H. Evans Brewing Company at the Albany Pump Station. While there I tried their award-winning Kick Ass Brown Ale. To be honest, I am not a

Glacier BrewHouse’s Imperial Blonde Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I will be retiring as a Boeing 777 captain for a major package delivery company soon, and one fine establishment that was a regular stop for me was Glacier BrewHouse in Anchorage, Alaska. The one beer that really stands out for me is their Imperial Blonde Ale. Since I will no longer be

Pecan Street Brewing Company’s County Jail Pale Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, Recently a friend and i took two days to drive around central Texas (mainly Austin) to visit new breweries. On our way to Fredricksburg we were driving through Johnson City and noticed a sign for Pecan Street Brewing. They had only been open for a couple of months but they already had six

McMenamins Breweries’ Terminator Stout: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, My wife and I recently treated ourselves to a vacation trip to Portland, Oregon and It was there that my bride actually loved a beer: Terminator Stout from McMenamins. As McMenamins is not available in Wisconsin, I was hoping to get hopping on making it for her. Michael Peuse Rosholt, Wisconsin No trip

Victory Brewing Company: Replicator

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  Dear Replicator, My wife, Jean, and I brew together. My tastes run toward the hop head side and I brew plenty of pale ales and IPAs, but her tastes run toward the malty side and she just loves porters and stouts. Her all-time favorite stout is the Storm King IMPERIAL Stout from the Victory

Smuttynose Brewing Company’s Noonan clone

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Many consider Greg Noonan and his Vermont Pub and Brewery as the birthplace of the modern day black IPA. Here is their tribute recipe to the Vermont Pub and Brewery’s Black Watch, black IPA, a truly unique beer.

Selin’s Grove Brewing Shade Mountain Stout clone

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Shade Mountain Stout, which is 100% organic, definitely meets the style guidelines for a true oatmeal stout. The aroma exhibits roasted grain characters followed by coffee and chocolate notes. A rich, light brown head tops the nearly opaque liquid and holds all the way to the bottom of the glass. The flavor exhibits a smooth roast grainy profile combined with chocolate and a slight nuttiness. The high percentage of oats contributes to a full bodied mouthfeel and silky smoothness. A higher temperature and somewhat thick mash produces a slightly sweet finish. The one hop addition serves to be just enough to balance the residual sugars.

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.”

Sweet Water Tavern’s Giddyup Stout clone

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Coffee provides a kick to this well-balanced and tasty stout. Giddyup!

Two Brothers Brewing Co. Domaine DuPage clone

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This French country ale won a gold medal at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival, as well as many medals in other competitions. It is amber in color, with a toasty, sweet caramel taste that is balanced by a slight hoppiness.

Cascadian Dark Ale/Black IPA Clones


A new style of beer is emerging from the breweries of the Pacific Northwest. Dark like a porter, but hoppy like an IPA. Some call it Cascadian dark ale. Others call it Black IPA. We’ve got three clone recipes you’ll call delicious.

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