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Old 01-07-2008, 05:20 AM   #1
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Default I'm on vacation!

On vacation for three weeks and brewing on Tuesday. I'm making a stout and an IPA. The stout is my own creation (1st brewing of this recipe) and the IPA is a tweak of Edwort's Stone IPA.

I've made the Stone clone before and it turned out great. The grain bill for the IPA is the same as Edwort's but I am changing the hops to reflect what I have on hand. Per the original recipe I am using warrior hops for bittering but I am substituting cascade for the centinnial. I've got a crap load of the cascades and I think that it will substitute fine for the centinnials. I LOVE'S THAT IPA!

As for the stout, this is the recipe that I came up with. I was going for a nice smooth and malty oatmeal stout. What do you think of this recipe? Here it is:

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Stovepipe Stout
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General
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Category: Stout
Subcategory: Dry Stout
Recipe Type: All Grain
Batch Size: 5 gal.
Volume Boiled: 7.5 gal.
Mash Efficiency: 80 %
Total Grain/Extract: 9.00 lbs.
Total Hops: 2.5 oz.
Calories (12 fl. oz.): 190.5
Cost to Brew: $23.25 (USD)
Cost per Bottle (12 fl. oz.): $0.44 (USD)

Ingredients
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5 lbs. English 2-row Pale
0.75 lbs. English Chocolate Malt
1 lbs. Crystal Malt 120°L
0.75 lbs. Weyermann Carafa I®
0.5 lbs. Roasted Barley
1 lbs. Oats Raw
1.5 oz. Fuggle (Pellets, 4.75 %AA) boiled 60 minutes.
0.50 oz. Fuggle (Pellets, 4.75 %AA) boiled 15 minutes.
0.50 oz. Fuggle (Pellets, 4.75 %AA) boiled 1 minutes.
Yeast: White Labs WLP004 Irish Stout

Notes
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Batch Sparge
Irish Moss @ 15 min.

Vital Statistics
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Original Gravity: 1.048
Terminal Gravity: 1.010
Color: 35.20 SRM
Bitterness: 36.7 IBU
Alcohol (%volume): 5.0 %

Here's to a nice, wet, and rainy winter!

Cheers!!



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Sounds like some wonderful brews. I just made a similar stout but use less hops and S-04 yeast for a full bodied sweeter beer. This beer is already great with only 2 weeks in the bottle. I think yours looks really tasty also.
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Thanks, I can't wait to get it going. It's been awhile since I've made a stout I'm looking forward to it.

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Thanks, I can't wait to get it going. It's been awhile since I've made a stout I'm looking forward to it.

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I think I've always had a stout in the fermenter or bottle conditioning. Its my favorite style. I think nearly a third of my brews have been stouts.
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