Milk Stout Recipe
Gonna brew up a Milk Stout for Santa tonight. Here's the recipe, let me know what you think.....
Extract with Grains
1 lb Crystal Malt 80*L
12 oz Chocolate Malt
4 oz Black Patent Malt
6 lbs Dark DME
1 oz Chinook Pellets(30 Min)
1 oz Chinook Pellets(10 Min)
1 tsp Irish Moss (15 Min)
8 oz Lactose (15 Min)
1 oz Centennial Pellets (5 min)
White Labs WLP001 (I need to use it before it goes bad)
This is a recipe from Arizona's first Brewpub
Just had this Milk Stout at an open house at the Home Brewer's Connection in Tempe AZ and it was "to die for" good!
It's getting brewed here this weekend.
You gotta try it!
OH Wow! I think I shall give that one a shot as well. I bet it is "to die for".
Has anyone tried this recipe or any other milk stouts that are worthwhile?
I just had a milk stout tonight from a microbrew and it was excellent!
heres one i did this year. Been in the keg for 2ish weeks, and it's great
1 lb chocolate malt
10 oz roasted barley
1 lb lactose
1 oz nuggett @ 60 min.
you could drop the lactose down, but we like the sweet in the finish, and the chocolate malt really comes through too.
I brewed this one:
It's in secondary right now, the sample from primary was pretty spot on for Left Hand's.
Brewer's Best Milk Stout...First brew!
Just mixed it up last night---our first brew, this one is labeled "easy" from the BB kit.
6.60 lb Dark Liquid Extract
0.50 lb Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L
0.25 lb Chocolate Malt
0.25 lb Roasted Barley
0.50 oz Warrior (Bittering, added 60 min before cooling)
0.50 oz Williamette (Aroma, added 10 min before cooling)
0.50 lb Maltodextrin
0.50 lb Milk Sugar (Lactose)
1 Pkgs Nottingham (Danstar)
After boiling, used an immersion chiller...amazing results. Then to primary, then pitched yeast. OG 1.060 (corrected)
Fermentation started last night @ 65-68deg.
I'll let you know how it goes. :)
How did it turn out Chunks?
It's official, I'm hooked. :)
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