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Old 03-08-2010, 06:57 PM   #1
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is this a extract recipe ? if not can anyone help me covert this ?i really want to do this recipe but im fairly new to brewing ..

Rocky River “Chocolate Jitters”



5 US. Gallons (19 L), extract with grains

OG=1.071

FG=1.018

IBU’S = 21-24

SRM= 30

Alcohol 7.0% by volume



Ingredients

6.6 Lbs. (3.0 kg) Coopers Unhopped Light malt extract syrup

0.75 Lbs. (340 g.) Coopers Light dry malt extract

1.0 Lbs. (454 g.) Munich Malt (Dark 20L)

1.0 Lbs. (454 g.) Munich Malt (Light 10L)

0.75 Lbs. (340 g.) Aromatic Malt

0.44 Lbs. (200 g.) Weyermann Carafa III Malt (500L)

0.44 Lbs. (200 g.) Chocolate Malt

0.75 Lbs. (340 g.) Lactose (milk sugar, boil 60 min.)

2.5 oz (70 g.) Belgian Chocolate (melted)

Half of a Whole Vanilla Bean (add to secondary fermenter)

3.3 AAU Tettnanger hops (bittering hop, boil 60 min.)

(0.75 Oz. (21 g) of 4.5% Alpha acid)

3.3 AAU Tettnanger hops (bittering hop, boil 30 min.)

(0.75 Oz. (21 g) of 4.5% Alpha acid)

1.0 AAU Liberty hops (in Hopback)

(0.25 Oz. (7 g) of 4.0% Alpha acid)



Wyeast 1007 German Ale yeast or White Labs WLP029 yeast

20 oz of cold brewed Jamaican Blue Coffee (add at bottling)

O.75 cup (180 ml) of corn sugar for priming.

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Old 03-08-2010, 07:13 PM   #2
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Yup, it's an extract recipe with specialty grains. You'll basically want to steep the grains (read up on how to do that, but it's simple) before the boil, then add the extract and boil.

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Old 03-08-2010, 07:20 PM   #3
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Munich malt has enough diastatic power to convert itself, so you could do this as a partial mash as well, but it wouldn't be very efficient with the other grains in there.

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Old 03-08-2010, 07:46 PM   #4
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To be honest, it might be simpler brewing a straightfroward all-grain recipe. You've got chocolate, vanilla and coffee, plus lactose, plus a hop back and a secondary and a starter. Maybe you could add some Brett.

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Old 03-08-2010, 07:51 PM   #5
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To be honest, it might be simpler brewing a straightfroward all-grain recipe. You've got chocolate, vanilla and coffee, plus lactose, plus a hop back and a secondary and a starter. Maybe you could add some Brett.
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Old 03-08-2010, 08:43 PM   #6
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thanks guys,

Deathbrewer, so i basicly want to do what jamesnsw said , im familair with steeping.

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Old 03-08-2010, 08:45 PM   #7
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Sorry, joking about the Brett. I'm a bit of a 'less is more' guy and think the original recipe has perhaps a bit much going on. But apparently, it's a clone.
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Old 03-08-2010, 09:16 PM   #8
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That is an interesting recipe. Please let us know how it turns out.

I am still new to brewing myself but I have done a couple of recipes with special grains. I just put the grains in a cheesecloth bag I got from my LHBS and steeped them in about 3 gal of water for a half hour at around 160 degrees for a half hour. Then I brought my water to a boil and added the extract.

I haven't done a Hopback like this recipe calls for. Someone else will need to help you with that.

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Old 03-08-2010, 09:19 PM   #9
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i will deffinately let you know how it turns out.

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I know that this is a clone recipe, but with everything else that is going on in it I have a hard time believing that a half of a vanilla bean will do anything to it. Personally I'd either skip it or go with a full bean.

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