BrewDog Recipes - Free

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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by bellebouche » Thu Mar 10, 2016 12:45 am

bellebouche wrote:
It does strike me though that there is a desperate need for a DIYDOG Wiki/forum where brewers can enter errata, supply the numbers they've actually found when they brewed one of the recipes and share their experiences. All the headliners will get a lot of focus (Punk, Dead pony, Jackhammer, Hardcore, 5am saint) no doubt so wrinkles will get ironed out and it'd be great if that feedback got into subsequent iterations of the DIYDOG manual.
... and a new version is out already. pop along and download DIY DOG 101.pdf

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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by Wonkydonkey » Thu Mar 10, 2016 10:38 am

But now they want your email before you get a download, is this a some sort of data collection thing?
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Post by hazelbrew » Thu Mar 10, 2016 10:42 am

Wonkydonkey wrote:But now they want your email before you get a download, is this a some sort of data collection thing?
? of course it is. marketing.

nothing wrong with it if they only send relevant mail, infrequently, and give you an option to opt out of receiving further email

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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by themadhippy » Thu Mar 10, 2016 11:59 am

no need for your real email addy, pi55@water.com worked for me
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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by sbond10 » Thu Mar 10, 2016 12:34 pm

What's the differance

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Post by AnthonyUK » Thu Mar 10, 2016 12:46 pm

Mainly errors have been corrected.

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Post by Pinto » Thu Mar 10, 2016 9:37 pm

AnthonyUK wrote:Mainly errors have been corrected.
"This PDF now contains no data" :lol:
Primary 1: Nonthing
Primary 2 : Nothing
Primary 3 : None
Secondary 1 : Empty
Secondary 1 : None
DJ(1) : Nowt
DJ(2) : N'otin....
In the Keg : Nada
Conditioning : Nowt
In the bottle : Cinnamonator TC, Apple Boost Cider, Apple & Strawberry Cider
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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by Pinto » Thu Mar 10, 2016 9:38 pm

themadhippy wrote:no need for your real email addy, pi55@water.com worked for me
Yeah, for junk signups, i've been m@m.com for years :)
Primary 1: Nonthing
Primary 2 : Nothing
Primary 3 : None
Secondary 1 : Empty
Secondary 1 : None
DJ(1) : Nowt
DJ(2) : N'otin....
In the Keg : Nada
Conditioning : Nowt
In the bottle : Cinnamonator TC, Apple Boost Cider, Apple & Strawberry Cider
Planning : AG #5 - Galaxy Pale (re-brew) / #6 - Alco-Brau (Special Brew Clone) / #7 Something belgian...
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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by simple one » Thu Mar 10, 2016 9:57 pm

Currently serving - Maltmillers Oatmeal stout - Bottled, Pale Rye APA - FV

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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by Wonkydonkey » Fri Mar 11, 2016 1:09 pm

Yeh I did the same....don'tsellmydetails@gmail.com
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Post by Clibit » Sat Mar 12, 2016 1:58 pm

I've not had a great many Brewdog beers. I like Punk, 5 AM Saint is OK but a tad sweet for me, i make similar beers but drier, Nanny State was revolting. I've had others but didn't feel strongly either way about them.

Can anyone recommend any of their beers that they believe would be well worth a crack at brewing? And describe them?

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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by Monkeybrew » Sat Mar 12, 2016 2:38 pm

Clibit wrote:I've not had a great many Brewdog beers. I like Punk, 5 AM Saint is OK but a tad sweet for me, i make similar beers but drier, Nanny State was revolting. I've had others but didn't feel strongly either way about them.

Can anyone recommend any of their beers that they believe would be well worth a crack at brewing? And describe them?
I like Dead Monkey Club because it's well hopped without being astringent, and is very drinkable @3.8%.

Hardcore IPA is also a favourite of mine, but is at the other end of the ABV scale @9.2%. Really rich and hoppy double IPA.

Only had Jack Hammer once, and found it very refreshing and bitter, but hadn't realised that it had 250 IBU'S!! :shock:

I like the look of Skull Candy and will aim to brew it at some point this year.

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Post by Clibit » Sat Mar 12, 2016 2:44 pm

Cheers Monkey, Dead Monkey Clubsounds like the kind of thing I'm after, I'm going for low ABV hoppy beers quite a bit now. I'll check out the recipes for the others too.

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Re: BrewDog Recipes - Free

Post by McMullan » Sat Mar 12, 2016 4:04 pm

It will be interesting to know what us home brewers actually think of the finished products based on these, apparently, freely offered recipes. I went out of my way brewing and researching Punk IPA and got close enough to be very satisfied with the result. It started out based on the crafted pours recipe. Check out youtube for an interview with the head brewer at BrewDog. What he describes is not what has been offered free on charge for Punk IPA. All I'll say for now is my clone is better than the latest commercially available Punk IPA, IMHO.

It would be great if brewers reported back here with comparisons to what can be bought off the shelf :D

I'm planning a 'Cocoa Psycho' myself.

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