BrewDog recipes

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  1. Feb 9, 2019 #21

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    Someone also processed the recipes and made a searchable archive of them - https://brewdogrecipes.com Don't think its got the latest additions.
     
  2. Feb 10, 2019 #22

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    I have the app. It's good, but marred by the same problem as DIY dog, as in dodgy numbers and completely missing ingredients. Like their rhubarb saison, that at no point mentions rhubarb... lmao I moved on to other sources for recipes, and tweaking them to suit my own tastes.
     
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    The latest recipes aint in that one unfortunately.
    The PDF was available on the site but seems to have been taken down.
     
  4. Feb 10, 2019 #24

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    Which PDF are you talking about? The 2018 is available by following the link I posted earlier when you said it isn't there. If you are talking about the original I have a copy that I can email you, it is too large to upload here
     
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    Not sure If its just me but the link doesn't point to the pdf anymore.
    Maybe put the pdf in a wetransfer so its there for all if anyone needs it
    thx
     
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    That's strange, I thought that I checked it worked before I posted it
     
  7. Feb 11, 2019 #27

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    Not just you. The hyperlink on the page on the Brewdog page just takes you to the main page of their blog again, rather than to the download for the pdf. Good web designer they have there.... lol
     
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    Guess they finally realised the recipes were wrong and missing, not that I ever brewed one.
    Just always interesting to gain knowledge
     
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    https://www.brewdog.com/beers/diy-dog

    This link is working for me.

    It's a fantastic resource. I've never followed any of the recipes strictly but serves as a great point of inspiration. I was looking at the recipe for Dogma the other day and noticed that the colour is wrong (they say SRM 23 when it should be around 30) and they have a First Gold bittering addition listed which I'm sure is meant to be an aroma addition. Cant really quibble with these errors though as it's a great resource and completely free.
     
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    My first go at AG was using a DIY Dog recipe, the one for Electric India. It was nice enough, but tasted nothing like the commercial product (now or then, it was nicer back then than the last one I had though...). It was my first go though, and I used dried yeast rather than the recommended liquid yeast, so meh... lol
     
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    That one works.
     
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    upload_2019-2-12_20-34-57.png People have commented on the errors in some of the recipes. Can you spot the mistakes in this one?
     
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    65 IBU from 9.5g of hops. Durp!
     
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    SRM possibly a bit dark for extra pale MO too.
     
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    Yeah, I always set up my own version of their recipes in order to double-check as they’ll need tweaking for efficiency if nothing else.

    Brewed Kamikaze Knitting Club (maple stout) and Hello My Name Is Helga (cherry IPA) so far, both currently carbing/conditioning but they tasted great on their respective bottling days.
     

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