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Old 01-27-2008, 03:32 PM   #1
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Default Lumpy Dog Brown from Rock Bottom

Hi all I'm looking for a recipe on how to make or come close to Rock Bottom's Lumpy Dog Brown. Any ideas?? Extract or PM please..

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Old 01-29-2008, 12:09 AM   #2
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??? anyone tried this?

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Old 02-15-2008, 01:19 PM   #3
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I got the recipe from Rock Bottom, can someone make the brewing for dummys intructions for me.. 5gals
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OG - 16° Plato

FG - 4° Plato



85% American 2 Row

5% Melanoidin Malt

5% Aromatic Malt

3% Special B

3% Roasted Barley



90 minute boil (Hop Quantities are for about 230 gallons)

16 oz. Willamette @ 60 min.

32 oz. Willamette @ 85 min.



I use a clean American Ale Yeast and ferment on the cool side of the spectrum (66°F), but you could also use a more characterful Scottish Yeast if you like.


What's the difference in the yest?

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can anyone help with this?

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Old 02-17-2008, 12:40 AM   #5
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Never tried this beer, but that is awesome that you got the recipe from them. First of all do you brew AG or extract? Second, if ag what kind of efficiency do you get? Someone with some brewing software should probably chime in, but if you answer those 2 questions I should be able to get you close even though I dont' have any brewing software.

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I'm feeling generous today, so I'll plug it into BeerSmith and convert to extract for you. Give me a few minutes.

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Ok, here it is! First, the full scale recipe, then an AG recipe, and finally a PM version:





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wow Yuri, that is awesome I spent the last damn hour trying to figure out how to convert Plato to brix so I could estimate the amount of grain needed for 5 gallons at that gravity and post a recipe on here. I figure it out, and come back and you already posted a recipe.I think this experience alone has convinced me to go buy some brewing software.

Did it convert plato to brix for you, or did you have to do that on your own?

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BeerSmith has a specific gravity conversion tool.

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thanks for the replies
I've been doing extracts, I could try PM.. but I still need the all the steps for brewing
Also sorry I've never used and brew software

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