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  1. Here is the orignial recipe. https://web.archive.org/web/20150307042726/http://www.mrbeer.com:80/surly-dog-ipa-recipe
  2. Not sure of the exact instructions of the original recipe. But you can probably follow the current instructions with the old recipe ingredients. . Here is the original ingredients. Surly Dog IPA 2 American Ale HME 2 1/2 oz Centennial hops 1 1/2 oz. Columbus hops 1 cup honey US-05 Dry Ale Yeast
  3. I have ordered several of the $10 Churchill's and none of them were bulging or dented. So I don't think they are on sale because they are damaged.
  4. I do 5 gallon batches in the LBK all the time. Just put 2.5 gallons in each.
  5. cisco

    NEW HOPS!!!

    Anyway you can get the Enigma hop? I noticed this recipe on the Coopers website. http://store.coopers.com.au/recipes/index/view/id/139/
  6. Here is a recipe from the coopers website using the nutbrown. https://store.coopers.com.au/churchill-s-bulldog-craftrotm-pack.html
  7. I look forward to making these soon.
  8. cara red, biscuit, cara hell, midnight wheat, smoked malt
  9. It's still on the website. http://www.mrbeer.com/media/wysiwyg/Misc/sugar.png
  10. Aaarrrgghhh, you forgot to add the honey. Good video regardless.
  11. Did you reset your password? You will have to on the new site.
  12. The standard refills now comes with a pouch of booster.
  13. I have used the entire can from a muntons and coopers in a LBK. I have some coopers draught in the fridge that turned out quite nice, even though it was a whole can. It does change the profile from what it was meant to be. I have not tried it with a stout or IPA style, mostly the lighter styles.
  14. The spices on mine calmed down some with age. I let this one warm up before I drink it, seems to taste better that way for me. Not that it is bad cold, but better warmer.
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