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Old 10-29-2009, 06:14 PM   #1
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Anyone ever made Northern Brewer's Breakfast Stout ?

( http://www.northernbrewer.com/brewin...grain-kit.html )

Here's the recipe...

( http://legacy.northernbrewer.com/promash/1593_.html )

I was kind of thinking about making this Saturday Night out in my front yard while wearing my werewolf costume and giving out the treats.

Its kind of late to order it from Northern Brewer, but I've already got plenty of Willamettes and I can pick up the grain bill and yeast at the LHBS.

Whats the "Milk Sugar" for ? How do I use it ? Is there an acceptable substitute if I can"t get it ?

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Old 10-29-2009, 06:36 PM   #2
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I haven't made it, but I can answer you milk sugar question. It is lactose, an unfermentable sugar. It will add body and some sweetness to what would otherwise be the thin/dry beer. Any local homebrew shop should carry it.

Sounds like a fun halloween activity, just make sure to keep the kids away from the flame.

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When does the Milk Sugar go in ? Right in the wort with the boil ?

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When does the Milk Sugar go in ? Right in the wort with the boil ?
I usually dump it in at 15 minutes with the Irish Moss.
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I was planning on doing that exact same NB kit next. I hope it turns out good for you!

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I was planning on doing that exact same NB kit next. I hope it turns out good for you!
Thanks!

I hope your beer is great too.
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