My try at Pale Ale

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    looks good, let me know how it turns out
     
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    Never heard of aurora before. Have you used those hops before?
     
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    It is also called Super Styrian. http://www.hmezad.si/aurora-super-styrian® It is grown in Slovenia (and so is the other hop, Styrian golding). I have picked this two hops, because I am from Slovenia and I want to see, how our hops perform :)
    I have not used it before, because this is only my second attempt at brewing.
     
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    very cool reason to use those hops then :D

    i just noticed in your recipe that the style is an american pale, but none of your ingredients are. im not a stickler for tradition or anything like that, it just amused me a bit

    anyway, good luck with your brewday!
     
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    The reason is, that I initially wanted to make a Belgian pale ale, but then changed to American pale ale, to beter suit the IBU. I would put Slovenian pale ale, but there is no such thing :)
     
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    Fair enough, I had a really tasty red ipa that morphed from something different.

    And mark my words, if this last year is any indication, expect that type and more IPAs as official styles in a few years
     
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    Sounds like there is now! :)
     

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