Two Hearted Clone Recipe Kit

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A Michigan Legend, Named for the Pristine Trout Waters of the Upper Peninsula.
Two Hearted Clone Recipe Kit

One of our most popular recipes in the shop! This is our take on cloning the very popular Bell's IPA. 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 1.069, and is 7.9% by volume using our recommended "Chico ale yeast", or referred to now as American Ale yeast in the drop down yeast options.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.064
Final Gravity : 1.016
Color / SRM : 6.80
Alcohol by Volume : 6.18%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 71.31


Specialty Grains : Crystal 10L
Hops : Centennial

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Two Hearted Clone Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Zachary Smickle
Perfect Clone

Bought and made this about two months ago. Legitimately identical to the real thing in color and taste. If they weren't slightly different colors you wouldn't know the difference. Had nearly 10 people try both and no one could pick what was the authentic one and which was homebrew. Def will be making again.

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Alex Rojewski
Best batch yet!

After a few mishaps with 5 gallon batches, switching to 2.5 gallon batches and revamping my set up, this was my first 5 gallon in years. And it is hands down the best yet! I used the BrewVint booster and increased my fermentation temp, which resulted in an estimated 8.1% ABV. Will definitely be making again as an all grain.

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David
Nice Hoppy IPA

I keep a Two Hearted in my regular rotation. There is either one on tap or kegged waiting in line. My favorite thing to do is add an extra once of Centennial hops to the last 15 minutes of the boil. It enhances the character of the beer. Leave it in the keg in a cool place for a month to mature and you have a great IPA.

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Dawson Tye
Tasty treat

I left this in the primary for 8 days and a full two weeks in the secondary. Came out great, not quite as good as Bell's (I had the brew day temp a little low I think) but still a very hoppy IPA. Only my 4th brew and it was easy; good for new brewers.

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Steve
Best Home Brew So Far

The Two Hearted Clone is our best home brew to date. It surpassed our expectations. If you love IPS's you need to try this...

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