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Bell's Two Hearted Ale clone

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sailordave:
The latest Zymurgy has the results from the 8th Annual Best Beers in America listed. Bell's Two Hearted Ale came in #2 this year. At the end of the article they did not include the recipe because it was printed in the July/August 2003 issue. I was not a member then and would really like the recipe for this beer.

Does anyone have the issue with the recipe for Bell's Two Hearted Ale printed in it and will share it with me???

Thank you,

Dave

babalu87:
Lots of people say Northern Brewers Three Hearted Ale is very close.

You can culture their yeast from the bottle. I've heard that the yeast from their Amber cultures better than the Two Hearted

a10t2:
I couldn't find the Zymurgy one, but here's BYO's: http://www.xxlbrewing.com/hb/recipe.html

I don't think that recipe would be quite right though. I've brewed one that's all but identical: http://seanterrill.com/2010/06/28/tha-cloning/

I think your best bet as far as culturing the yeast is Oberon.

blatz:

--- Quote from: a10t2 on July 02, 2010, 07:32:17 AM ---I think your best bet as far as culturing the yeast is Oberon.

--- End quote ---

thats what I have always read/heard - its a lower OG beer so the yeast is in better shape.

babalu87:
Oberon and the Amber are the same ABV

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