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Old 12-23-2013, 09:08 PM   #1
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Default Belgian Imperial Stout critique

Hey, all,

I'm brewing another imperial stout in a few weeks so I'll have something tasty to drink at the end of this winter (and hopefully something amazing by the start of next). This doesn't appear to be a super popular style, though, so would anyone mind giving me their thoughts?

OG: 1.104
FG: 1.025
ABV: 10.4%
IBU: 81
71 SRM

17 lb Belgian Pilsner
1.75 lb Midnight Wheat
1 lb Flaked Oats
1 lb Dark Candi Syrup (D-180) (full boil)
1 lb Chocolate Rye

2 oz Warrior Hops, 60 minutes
1 oz Hallertau, 15 minutes
1 oz Styrian Golding, 5 minutes

Pitching with Wyeast 3787, Trappist High Gravity (2 liter starter)

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