I'm pretty new to homebrewing, I have 2 batches going right now, and I'm starting my third in a couple days. so I need some advice.
The Keegan Ales website sells clone recipe kits. and according to their site, joe mama's milk is mothers milk recipe with "copious amounts of brown sugar to add body and increase the alcohol content." it goes on to say, "Then, after primary fermentation, we infuse a cold coffee extract from our friends down the street, Monkey Joes Roasting Co."
so, if one were to recreate Joe Mama's Milk, how much Brown sugar would one add? how about coffee? I know there can't really be an exact answer, but I'm kind of clueless here! I looooove Joe Mama's Milk, and it's so hard to find, I'd love to have a good recipe to fall back on to replicate it. anyone do this themselves before?
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