Leffe Blonde CLONE

leffe blonde recipe clone

Leffe Blonde is a Belgian Abbey Ale, golden in colour. It has a delicate aroma of smoked bacon which combines beautifully with the more obvious aromas of caramel and toffee which are derived from the special ‘Aromatic’ malts used.
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Leffe Brune CLONE

leffe brune dark ale recipe clone

Leffe Brown is an authentic abbey beer. Both its deep, dark brown colour and its full, slightly sweet flavour can be ascribed to the use of darkly roasted malt, making every sip just as exceptional as the last.
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Classic Belgian Golden Ale

belgian tripel recipe clone

A clean-tasting beer, low in phenolic astringency, full-bodied and effervescent. When you poor a Belgian golden, always use a larger glass than you may think you need to allow for the beautiful foamy head. The beer is surprisingly easy-drinking and refreshing. The beer’s bouquet and finish are slightly spicy, aromatic.
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Bridge Road Chevalier Saison CLONE

chevalier saison recipe clone

This clone recipe was created by Bridge Road Founder, Ben Krause himself. This beer is quite unique, light straw in colour, with a tight bright white head. Aromas are dominated by esters and phenolic characters, owing to the Saison yeast strain, which also gives the beer its characteristic tart, dry and acidic profile.
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Pitchfork Farmhouse Ale (Saison)

farmhouse saison ale recipe clone

Saisons are sturdy farmhouse ales that were traditionally brewed in the winter, to be consumed throughout the summer months. Very fruity in the aroma and flavor. Expect earthy yeast tones, mild to moderate tartness. Lots of spice and with a medium bitterness. A semi-dry finish with only a touch of sweetness.
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Coopers Sparkling Ale CLONE

coopers sparkling ale recipe clone

Thomas Cooper brewed his first batch of Sparkling Ale in 1862, the ‘Red Label’ is still the ale by which all others should be measured. With its famous cloudy sediment and distinctive balance of malt, hops and fruity characters, it has earned it’s place in Australia’s beer heritage.
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