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Old 01-03-2014, 10:11 PM   #11
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Attached is a screen shot of a chocolate stout recipe from the Brew Smith cloud recipe database. This one does not use black patent or roast barley but both are appropriate for a stout so you could just tweak the grain bill.

They boil the coca powder, which I don't see any reason to do, I would add it to secondary or at the earliest after flame out.

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Attached is a screen shot of a chocolate stout recipe from the Brew Smith cloud recipe database. This one does not use black patent or roast barley but both are appropriate for a stout so you could just tweak the grain bill.

They boil the coca powder, which I don't see any reason to do, I would add it to secondary or at the earliest after flame out.
I like the flame out idea
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