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Samuel Smith's Stingo clone?

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jamminbrew:
I had this beer last year, and really liked it. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find it since. I would like to try and brew a clone, anyone know a good recipe for this?
 Thanks, Ben

jamminbrew:
No one?

coleman:
Dann and Martha from Pretty Things Beer Project in MA did a collab beer with Boulevard based on the old Stingo style.

There's a writeup about it, and some info on their brewing process.
http://www.prettythingsbeertoday.com/wp/2012/a-story-of-stingo-and-collaboration-with-boulevard/

kylekohlmorgen:
I actually prefer the Collab. #3 Stingo to Sam Smith. The malt character and depth of a well-handled Collab. #3 is out of this world. Great beer.

That article has some awesome info! Instead of the "cold boil", you could just use Mike Tonsmire's method of sour worting:

http://www.themadfermentationist.com/2010/07/sour-old-ale-quick-oud-bruin.html

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