Two Hearted Clone Recipe Kit

Item Number: B11980

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

A Michigan Legend, Named for the Pristine Trout Waters of the Upper Peninsula. 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 and 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", referred to as American Ale yeast in the drop-down yeast options.

  • Yield : 5 Gallons
  • Original Gravity : 1.067
  • Final Gravity : 1.017
  • Color / SRM : 6.80
  • Alcohol by Volume : 6.49%
  • IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 70.00
  • 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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Customer Reviews

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Barry Memishian
Not a very good kit

Despite being a very experienced home brewer and recipe designer, I decided to give this kit a try. I was disappointed:
1) The kit does not provide enough malt extract to get close to the indicated initial gravity.
2) The kit's insert indicates that it contains 1lb of 10L crystal malt (inappropriate to recipe), but the included pound of grain appears to be 40L (more appropriate, but really should be 8oz., per Bell's recipe).
3) The included hops really aren't sufficient to provide the desired aroma in the finished beer. [Arguably, the prescribed single 1-oz. dry-hopping is pretty conservative.]
The beer finished well below the target alcohol level, and presented a somewhat-unbalanced (crystal-malt-heavy) character, with plenty of bitterness, but not much hop nose.

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Dan
Nice beer to make

No tricks
Really close to the original 2 Heartef

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Lee AZ

Always a great recipe!

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David Torres
Great brew

Waiting for it to consume

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Leonard Gilbert
Two hearted is one of my regular rotations.

I like that is gives me the hops flavor without getting the high alcohol content. It is just a first quality beer that is easy to make.

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