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Saison Dupont (page 61)

Another Round,
Guinness Extra Stout (page 120)
Orval (page 57) Stone IPA (page 167)
Chimay Red (page 51)

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Summer Ale, Sierra Nevada Stout, Ithaca
Brown Ale, and many more! Sierra Nevada
Pale Ale (page 150)
Schneider Weisse
CloneBrews, Second Edition Rogue Old Crustacean (page 212)
Bass Ale (page 68) Barley Wine (page 44)
Two-color; illustrations throughout Asahi Dry (page 190)
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Our new, improved & definitive homebrewer’s guide shows how to

Brew the World’s Great


Beers at Home Praise for the
2nd edition of CloneBrews raises the homebrewing bar!
First Edition
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VERY HOMEBREWER, at one time or
Great gift for the homebrewer
another, wants to take on the ultimate You CAN brew “CloneBrews, by Tess and Mark Szamatulski,
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The first edition of CloneBrews showed home-
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their friends, and please their palates. Now, in the Bitters including Royal Oak Pale Ale, — Star-Ledger
new and expanded second edition, CloneBrews sig- Marston’s Pedigree
nificantly raises the bar with 200 hard-to-find reci- Homebrewers want recipes
pes — including 50 new ones — deeper detail, and American IPAs including Post Road IPA, — CloneBrews delivers
foodie-friendly features you won’t find elsewhere. Stone IPA
The first edition of CloneBrews helped
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Boston Ale, Ithaca Brown Ale, Rare Vos by Ome- Long Trail Ale — Brewers Bulletin
gang, O’Hara’s Irish Red, Flying Dog Barley Wine,
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Brown Ales including Ithaca Brown Ale, — Yankee Brew News
• Recipes are been updated for today’s “hoppy”
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Riggwelter Yorkshire Ale
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cludes “Beer & Food Pairing” tips. your local store.”
Barley Wines including Belle Dock ing offers homebrewers a complete beer library. This
— The Advocate
• Recipes arranged by beer style for easy serving Barley Wine, Dominion Millennium, comprehensive collection illuminates and facilitates the
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