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James Squire 150 Lashes Style Recipe

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1 x Rapid Creek Pale Ale

1 x 1kg Ultrabrew

1 x 150g Golden Naked Oats (Steeped)

1 x 12g Amarillo Finishing Hops (Infusion Method)

1 x 12g Centennial Finishing Hops (Dry Method)


Note: These recipes do not duplicate the nominated brand but give you a starting point for experimentation.

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  1. Great beer

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Jun 2022

    Great beer, the only thing i would do is add walt malt extract that in my experience gives more lik ethe 150 lashes

  2. Fantastic Drop

    Posted by Mike on 29th Dec 2020

    I have tasted good homebrew in my time, but this has to be one of the best recipes ever. I wouldn’t say it tastes too much like the real stuff, but it’s really a great brew. I’m thinking this could well me my go to brew in the future

  3. Easy to make & delicious

    Posted by Stephen on 16th Jan 2018

    So i bought this one based on the previous reviews & it's turned out brilliantly.
    Great flavours. My best home brew yet.

  4. Brilliant!

    Posted by Tim on 28th Aug 2016

    This was the second beer I had ever brewed and it has blown me away! So impressed with the flavours and how it is a close replica to the original. Will be my go to brew.

  5. Defintite session beer.

    Posted by Marken Artisan on 5th Sep 2015

    This is so close to the original a mate of mine tried to tell me i just kegged a case of JS 150. I like a quite hoppy beer so the second time i made this I doubled the nelson sauvin infusion method. Fantastic Brew.

  6. Better than original

    Posted by sambo on 12th Jul 2015

    was impressed with this gem. I always enjoyed the 150 lashes by james squires fresh hoppy and flavoursome but this hybrid I believe is a better version because not only is it all of the original and more its a sessional beer I can down more of these than the original! You wont be disappointed definite keeper. If you like the original its a must try!!!

  7. As close to original as it gets

    Posted by chambo01@bigpond.com on 15th Nov 2014

    I brewed my 20lts in two 10lts fermenters
    Decanted into 8 x 3.2 Lts Tap King kegs
    Added 8 carbonation drops to each keg
    Replaced CO2 canister to each keg
    Left to settle for 1 week before trying first keg
    It was a bit cloudy waited another 2 weeks before opening next keg
    Resulting in a clear full, flavoured beer, with plenty of gas
    Just put down second brew and hope it s as good

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