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JeffN
10/01/07 04:07 PM  
Allagash White
Hello all. Long time lurker, first time poster. I have sucessfully propagated yeast from a bottle of Allagash White to try and get somewhat close to a clone. I was wondering if anyone knew what some of the "special blend of spices" are as stated in the description.I'm not really into cloning beers, but this is my girlfriends favorite beer and I want to try and get somewhat close to it as a surprise for her. I'm here on the left coast and was hoping someone in the Northeast might be a little more familiar with Allagash. Thanks all. Great info coming out of this board,and it really inspires me to make better beer!
Ross Lunato
10/01/07 09:52 PM  
Re: Allagash White
Hi Jeff;

Take a look at Extreme Brewing by Sam Calagione. In it, Allagash brewmaster Rob Tod has a recipe for a Belgian Wit. For spices he recommends corriander, bitter orange peel and a pinch of whatever mystery spice you like. He suggests ginger among other things. Most people opt for chamomile as the third spice.

 
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