Moor Beer Revival Clone / Good APA Recipe Recommendation?

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PeteThomas
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Moor Beer Revival Clone / Good APA Recipe Recommendation?

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Hello all

Not sure whether it is the done thing to enquire about clone recipes, but if anyone has an idea of how I might be able to brew a beer akin to Moor Beer's Revival, it would be much appreciated. Indeed, any recommendations for a good APA would be appreciated!

The blast of good weather on the weekend has inspired me to brew some nice hoppy summer ales!

Thanks

Pete

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Re: Moor Beer Revival Clone / Good APA Recipe Recommendation

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You could go along to the brewery tap, buy a few beers and chat to one of the brewers. I'm not sure how secretive they are, but I reckon that you would get some good hints :)
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My right legged dwarf recipe turned out OK - I bought it to the club last week. Note this is for 18L. If you have beersmith it is trivial to scale (and download) the recipe.
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