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Old 01-22-2013, 02:59 AM   #51
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@Starman Lazy Magnolia actually makes a version that they age in oak Jack Daniels barrels. It is called Southern Gentleman and it is sublime. The flavors blend perfectly and the bourbon really enhances the pecan notes. The downside is they are rather limited on the availability of Jack Barrels so they can't make as much as they would like. One bar near the brewery bought the entire first batch. If you are ever on the Mississippi Gulf coast swing by the Ugly Pirate in Bay St. Louis.
That just sounds like it'd be worth the trip by itself.
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:06 AM   #52
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Alabrew is pretty nice. Prices are not too bad and they are are always helpful.

Southern Pecan is bit expensive where we are even though we're in the same state. $9-10 for a 6pack or $75 for a 5 gallon keg. Great beer, just dang expensive.

I'm right now secondaring the Alabrew AG Clone, so in about a week or so, i'll post it's initial impression. It used California Ale Yeast. I'll post the grain bill + Hops used when I find the recipe later.

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From Lazy Mag's website:

Grains used
Maris Otter, caramel malt, wheat, roasted pecans
Hops used
Domestic magnum and tettnang
The website says...Domestic Nugget and Willamette for hops?
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:50 AM   #53
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Ok I wanted to do a pecan porter...but think I will take a shot at this instead

6 gallons

10lb Maris Otter
1.75lb Crystal 80
.25lb Wheat Malt
.25lb Golden Naked Oats
.50oz Nugget for 35 minutes
.50oz Willamette 10 minutes
.50oz Willamette 0 minutes
12-16oz crushed roasted pecans added to mash.
WLP002/WLP005 or Wyeast 1028/1098 ?????
Mash at 140 for 15 minutes, then raise mash to 153-154 until converted.

72% Eff. = 1.055/13.5, SRM 15 IBU 19(promash)

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Old 11-20-2014, 06:55 AM   #54
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Has anyone managed to reproduce this? I just had my first Southern Pecan and I have to make it!

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