Clone Mini Mash IPA Recipe Kit@Clone Beer Recipes/Best Beers in America 2019
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Russian River Brewing Company. Santa Rosa, California.
This is our version of the 14 oz hop bomb brewed by the fine folks of the Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa, California. This beer has been ranked number 1 in the annual readers' poll in Zymurgy Magazine six years in a row.
Makes 5 US gallons
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finished my last 16 oz bottle yesterday. Still "fresh" and full of flavor. Good head retention until the end. Will brew again, if I get the chance. Most AHS recipes are good enough to brew again, but there is only so much I can do. Cheers.
Bought and brewed the all grain. This is a phenomenal beer. I just recieved my second kit. This will become a standard brew in my house
I brewed the extract version and after 2 weeks in the bottle it tastes excellent. It tastes very similar to the real deal and in my opinion has an even nicer aroma. If you are like me and don't have access to Pliny the Elder I'd highly recommend picking up this kit.
2 weeks fermenting at about 67 and one week dry hop, kegged and one week later kaaaaa......powww... It is a hop bomb for sure. It is a double IPA for sure. Very smooth like an ipa should be and very dank and piney and citrusy. I've had Pliny 2x and it was remarkable. I'm not sure this is exactly like it, but of all of the beers that I've purchased or brewed, this beer reminds me the most of sweet sweet pliny. Now on to brew it again and I am also going to try the Heady Topper recipe. Nice Job AHS.
Did the extract version Opened the first bottle after a week (even though recipe says six weeks) and got a citrusy piney whiff of a famous vermont IPA. I messed up my water volume and measurement and added 1/2 lb DME to hit 1.071 and ended up overshooting and hitting 1.080. Fermented out with a 2 step 2 L starter of WLP001 down to 1.015. After 3 weeks in the bottle it's shaping up to be one of the best beers I have brewed yet.