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Old 09-26-2008, 03:12 PM   #1
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Default Beamish Irish Stout Clone Recipe ?

Folks, has anyone brewed BYO 150's version of Beamish Stout ? If so, how close to the original did it come ? Thinking of brewing it this weekend...

Also, the recipes I've seen add cane sugar which I've never used ; I'm assuming this will make the beer "dry" but does it end up adding any sweetness to it ?

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Old 09-26-2008, 06:58 PM   #2
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I haven't looked, so I have no idea if you'd have any better luck finding a Murphy's Stout recipe, but I've tasted those beers side-by side and I can't tell the difference.

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Beamish is a fabulous stout. So if the clone is a good one then it should be good.
I've not seen the recipe so I can't comment.
Any sugar will dry a beer out. The question is how refined it is.
The more refined it is the less flavour it will offer and the more fermentable it will be.
Does the recipe comment on the particulars of the sugar?
If not then it won't really matter if it is cane or beet sugar.

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Old 09-27-2008, 04:08 PM   #4
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thanks guys...

orfy, it calls for 6 oz of cane sugar...

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Old 09-27-2008, 04:18 PM   #5
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Beamish is quite good, can you post the entire recipe? I'd like to see it.

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Beamish is quite good, can you post the entire recipe? I'd like to see it.
OG=1.039 FG=1.008 IBU=26 SRM=40 ABV=4.0%
5.88lb 2-row
8oz wheat malt
6oz cane sugar
4oz crystal 60L
6oz chocolate malt
4.5oz roasted barley (500L)
1.5oz black patent (500L)
3.5AAU Challenger hops (60 min)
3.0AAU Kent Goldings hops (60 min)
1AAU hallertau hersbrucker hops (15 mins)
1tsp irish moss
Wyeast 1968 (london ESB) or white labs WLP002 (english ale) yeast (1qt starter)

Mash at 149F in 9.5qts water for 60 mins. Collect 4g wort, add 2.5g water, boil for 90 minutes, adding hops as indicated. Add sugar and irish moss for final 15 mins of boil. Ferment at 70F.

extract w/ grains version:
Reduce 2-row malt to 8oz, and add:
8oz light DME
3.3lb can light LME (late addition)

Steep grains in 3qt water at 149F for 30 mins. Rinse with 1.5qts water at 170F. Add water to make 3g, stir in DME and bring to boil.
Boil for 60 minutes, adding hops as indicated. Add LME and sugar and irish moss with 15 mins left in boil. Cool, top off to 5g, and Ferment at 70F.
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Old 09-27-2008, 05:18 PM   #7
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HMMM...Beamish is quite tasty..let us know how it turns out..this could be a fine stout on tap///

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yup, I'll post once it's ready. Going to follow the clone recipe exactly to baseline it. I'll let you know how it came; I'm going to keg this one. Have to wait until next weekend though; I couldn't score hersbrucker hops at my LHBS.

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Thought about making this also. How was it???????????

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Anyone that's done this recipe care to comment on how it came out? Beamish is SWMBO's favorite beer, and I'd like to know how close this recipe came out.

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