🍺 Top-down Brew: Newcastle Brown Ale Clone

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Newcastle Brown Ale is a well-known example of a British brown ale.

The recipe recommends Witbread ale strains from Wyeast (1099) or White Labs (WLP017). Dry yeast possibilities are Mangrove Jack Empire Ale or Fermentis S-04.


The Brew Your Own Big Book of Clone Recipes (2018), p. 85, Quarto Publishing Group

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