Two Hearted Clone All Grain Recipe

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Two Hearted Clone All Grain Recipe (click here for Extract Recipe)

One of our most popular recipes in the shop! This is our take on cloning the very popular Bell's IPA. The recipe includes 2-row and light crystal malts, as well as four ounces of Centennial hops (one for dry hopping!). It has an original gravity of 1.067, and is 6.49% by volume using our recommended "Chico ale yeast", or now listed as American Ale Yeast from the drop-down options on the page.
  • Yield : 5 Gallons
  • Original Gravity : 1.067
  • Final Gravity : 1.017
  • Color / SRM : 8.74
  • Alcohol by Volume : 6.49%
  • IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 70.00
  • Specialty Grains : Crystal 10L
  • Hops : Centennial

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
View The Two Hearted Clone All Grain Recipe Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Peter Ortiz
One of the simplest and best

It's kind of criminal how easy this recipe is. I picked up 3 when on sale as I usually make it at least 3 times a year. However, I shared with homebrew buds where we did an experiment - all brewed same day on our own systems and brought to a club meeting just to see the differences. Was a fun thing to do; all folks enjoyed it.

Mike W.
Thumbs up

The reaction from friends and family has been excellent. As the beer ages it is only getting better!

James Klein
Tasty IPA

Still waiting for better carbonation , but turned out very good..

Mike Kane
Just Kegged

Good numbers the only issue I have is that the centennial hops are 4.9 alpha (I was expecting around a 10 alpha) so they were more like a cascade. Not much hoppiness.

Channing Rudd

Haven't made it yet- but it was missing instructions & grains were crushed. Will review when I make it. Contractors have been slow to hook up 220 V & new plumbing!

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