Hobgoblin clone

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    Stephen P New Member

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    Anyone brewed the recipe from Can You Brew It? If so how did it turn out. I'm thinking about brewing for my next batch.
     
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    Brew it!
     
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    Have you brewed it before?
     
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    I haven’t. But I would if I were interested.

    I see a problem with your question. Maybe the only guy here who’s brewed it makes beer that everyone else thinks is disgusting, but he likes it. (Ideal situation - beer lasts longer for the brewer that way). Or he brewed it perfectly and you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between it and the real thing, but he doesn’t like that kind of beer. Or there’s less (or more) differences between his equipment compared to your equipment profile and the author’s equipment profile, so results wouldn’t be the same (which is likely. I have a tough time cloning my own beers). What I’m saying is, you’re not brewing a lifetime supply, just give it a shot!
     
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    #6 chub1, Nov 27, 2017
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    Plenty of clone recipies out there,simply google them.Personally i can't think of a more 'orrid' beer anyone would to want to drink,but it is popular.
    here's one,seems to fit in with the brit clones.-
    Hobgoblin Ale clone
     

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