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Old 10-05-2009, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default Coffee oatmeal stout

I would like try my hand at making a recipe, but I don't have any experience at it. What do you all think of a stout with oats and espresso beans? I did a search of the forum and didn't find any recipes. How much coffee and when is the best time to add it?
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Old 10-05-2009, 02:01 AM   #2
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http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/choc...o-stout-40754/

Awesome RIS. It's a little over 2 months old and still in the secondary, but fanfreakintastic. I think it'll be the best stout I've ever had once it's bottled.
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Also not help on making your own recipe, but their is a Founders Breakfast stout clone recipe around here that is good. http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f68/foun...-clone-139078/

Depends on how much coffee flavor you want. Anywhere from 2-10oz of ground coffee can be good imo. I like cold steeping in the fermenter.

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Check this thread out. Take a look at the article I posted a link to in there as well.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/coffee-138445/

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Thanks for all the reading material guys. This helps a lot! Can't wait to make "breakfast in a bottle".

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I did a RIS this summer thats still aging. Its an attempt to clone Terrapin Wake N Bake (Coffee Oatmeal Imperial Stout). I'm not sure if I have it cloned, but its tasty so far. I plan on steeping coarse ground coffee straight in the secondary and pulling it out when I have enough flavor. I know others have had success adding cold steeped coffee straight to the beer too.

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I did a RIS this summer thats still aging. Its an attempt to clone Terrapin Wake N Bake (Coffee Oatmeal Imperial Stout). I'm not sure if I have it cloned, but its tasty so far. I plan on steeping coarse ground coffee straight in the secondary and pulling it out when I have enough flavor. I know others have had success adding cold steeped coffee straight to the beer too.
Hmmm recipe por favor?
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5 gallon
OG 1.092
IBU- 98
45srm
based on

4.75 lb Dry Malt Extract
6lb pale malt
1.25 lbs flaked oats
1 lb chocolate malt
.75lb flaked barley
.5lb black barley
.25lb roasted barley

1oz columbus (14.5%) 60min
1oz northern brewer (16.6%) 60min

Single infusion mash @ 154 for 60min. Double Batch Sparge, no mashout.

Add malt extract to boil. If you have a big enough mash tun, replace extract with enough pale malt to make the same gravity.

Ferment for 30 days at 65*F. Rack to a secondary and age for 3-6 months (a year would be best). In the last month before drinking, grind .25lbs of Jittery Joes Wake N Bake coffee blend. Put into a sanitized muslin bag and "dry coffee" for a week, or until the coffee flavor is to your liking. Carbonate and serve!

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