Making a recipe public after marking it hidden

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  1. Si-Co Brewing

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    Is there a way to make a recipe public after initially marking it has hidden? I'm new to brewing so didn't initially have the confidence to make my recipes public but now i've brewed a couple of good beers, I'd like to share them. I went back to edit the recipe but I can't see an option to make the recipe public like you can with a new recipe.
     
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    When you're editing a recipe, if you go to Tools, then Share, it should give a box with 2 buttons to click.

    The 2nd option seems to make the recipe public, but i didn't hit save so I'm not 100% sure.
     
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    yes correct and you do have to save it
     
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    Congrats!

    Interesting name. I've never even heard of Pilgrim hops, what are they like?
     
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    Very nice, pleasantly fruity and citrusy but not on a new world hops way. Great for a bitter.
     

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