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Old 05-07-2012, 05:27 AM   #1
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Default Amaratto stout or porter

I was thinking of adding amaretto to a oatmeal stout or a porter recipe, any thoughts?

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Old 05-07-2012, 09:42 AM   #2
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I think it'd go really well in a coffee porter as coffee mixes well with it.

Or coffee stout with some lactose?

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Old 05-07-2012, 12:23 PM   #3
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I like the idea of a coffee stout with the lactose

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Forget the coffee! This is a great idea - I can't believe I never thought of it! Add a bottle of amaretto to the secondary or the appropriate amount at bottling. I bet it'll be fantastic!

Actually, I've got a generic dry stout in the primary right now that I was going to add some coffee to. I think you might have inspired me to try this.

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And you've got me thinking about some weird things, now, too. Amaretto + mixed lambic culture = amaretto sour beer?

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If you add the amaretto let me know how it turns out.

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I think you would get the almond flavor, but it may be different than you expect because there is a lot of sugar that will ferment out and then might not taste the same

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BeerLogic....Amaretto sour beer...that is brilliant! Someone do that and let us know.
I too am wondering about the Amaretto coffee...might have to try that.
If wanted, here is an AWESOME recipe for homemade Amaretto at a fraction of the cost of Disaronno:
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Amaretto/Detail.aspx

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Most grocery stores sell Almond Extract for baking. The smell is IDENTICAL to amaretto and the taste is pretty similar. I had the same idea but have decided to go with extract instead (haven't brewed yet, just another recipe in the pipeline). I'm thinking a strong, toasty stout with the extract added in secondary. Hopefully the almond/amaretto is strong on the nose and then slides away with the full body of the stout.

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I think I'm going to split my batch 3 ways, I'm going to try the amaretto, the extract and just leaving it as is.

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