Cloning a Recipe for split batch

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  1. Neptunez

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    I brew 10 gal batches and ferment in 5 gal buckets. I'll typically split my batches using different yeasts, dry hopping, etc... Is there a quick and easy way to duplicate recipes (or brew sessions for that matter) and tweak each one without starting from scratch?

    Sorry for the noob question, but I'm not familiar with this setup yet.

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    tools copy, rename it save, changed the save one
     
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    after saying that I realize they need to be 5's not 10's, Im sure theirs another way by adding a custom yeast and putting the results in the notes but I would just treat it as 2 beers, you can also scale the 2 recipes down after saving , edit / tools / scale
     
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    Ok, that'll work easy enough... Thanks!
     

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