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Old 02-10-2009, 01:02 AM   #1
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I'm pondering the idea of adding some wood chips soaked in Jamesons Irish Whiskey to a nice creamy stout making an Irish Cream Stout. Does anyone have any good cream stout recipes I could use as a base. I searched but didn't come up with much. Thanks

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Use a sweet stout or milk stout recipe (stout with a relatively high FG and a lactose addition).

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Try Dark Owl Sweet Stout.

I've got a batch that's just about carbonated, and I could easily see this addition.

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Try Dark Owl Sweet Stout.

I've got a batch that's just about carbonated, and I could easily see this addition.
Yah that sounds really good. I was just thinking that I might want to add some Irish Coffee beans to help complete the Irish Car Bomb Stout I'm secretly trying to make
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Try Dark Owl Sweet Stout.

I've got a batch that's just about carbonated, and I could easily see this addition.
I'm drinking this right now and I could see that working really well
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I'm drinking this right now and I could see that working really well
That's it! I'm putting 2 in the fridge tonight. It has begun.

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Yah that sounds really good. I was just thinking that I might want to add some Irish Coffee beans to help complete the Irish Car Bomb Stout I'm secretly trying to make
Be sure to post back when you put this thing together.
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You guys have any ideas how I could best emulate the irish cream flavoring that comes from the baileys? Also what's a good comparable commercial stout I could compare the dark owl too and add some jamesons to test it out. Thanks!

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I wish I knew what made irish cream what it is. I would give up all this beer nonsense for that.

Comparable stouts would be Left Hand's Milk Stout, from CO, or Mackeson's XXX Stout, from England. I would try the Mackeson if you can find it. Dumping in some Jameson, that's a good idea.

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It's not as sweet as Mackesons, so blend that with a Guinness and you'll be close

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