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From: "C. Lyons / ASIC Device Development / x9641" <LYONS@adc1.adc.ray.com>
Subject: R.R. Ale
Date: 1992-06-22 18:14:00 GMT

>I've decided to make a batch a Charlie P.'s Rocky
>Raccoon Lager. However, I not setup for lagers so
>I'll be brewing R.R. Ale. Does anyone have any
>comments on what I should expect?

Expect a great ale. R.R. Ale is the basis for many of
my brews (including my hot-pepper ale). The only change
I've made with Charlie's receipe is to use 4lbs of dry
malt (rather than 3.5lbs) and 2lbs of honey (rather than
2.5lbs). I've found the use of less honey and more malt
avoids any cider like taste and gives a nice full flavor.
Following the remainder of the receipe will result in a
fantastic beer, which seems to improve with age (some how
I can't seem to let it age for more than one month). Using
this receipe as a starting point can lead to many
interesting brews. Happy brewing!

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