All American Stout (all grain recipe)
Trying my hand at an American Stout. Came up with the thoroughly original name, "All-American Stout," :p.
That aside, haven't done the style before; looking for any and all recommendations. Brewing this evening (Sunday, 4/5), so any suggested changes should come before then.
FYI, the special grains (with the exception of the flaked oats and chocolate) are all bagged together, so I won't be able to tweak them.
The following are estimates, based upon 75% mash efficiency, 74% attenuation. 4oz 43ppg DME factored in for the starter.
Style: American Stout
Size: 5.25 gallons
Mash Temp: 154*F
Color: ~37 SRM
Bitterness: ~50 IBU
9 lbs Maris Otter
8 oz CaraPils
8 oz Crystal 90L
8 oz British Chocolate
8 oz Roasted Barley
8 oz Golden Naked Oats
8 oz Flaked Oats
AA = 7.5% Palisade, 5.5% Cascade
1 oz Palisade @ 60
1 oz Palisade @ 30
1 oz Cascade @ 5
1 oz Palisade @ 5
Yeast = Wyeast American Ale II
I guess this one passes muster, then? Either way, I'm about to fire up the grain mill, etc. American Stout, here I come!
So how did it turn out - or do you remember?
Sorry for the delayed response. Came out well. Reminded me of Sierra Nevada Stout.
my friends and I ended up brewing this. it turned out great
the brewshop didn't have any Golden Naked Oats though, so we just subbed in some more crystal. and we also ended up using Wyeast's London III instead
|All times are GMT. The time now is 10:23 PM.|
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.