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Old 06-04-2008, 07:01 PM   #1
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Anyone have a AG recipe for Obsidian Stout, I had one last night and it was oh so good, used to be my standby beer I forgot how good it was. By the way before you all tell me that I should have googled it I did, nothing caught my eye.

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Old 06-05-2008, 02:05 AM   #2
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come one there has to be someone out there that knows what is in it, hmm I may have to formulate a recipe, could be interesting.

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I would also like to see an all grain recipe for this fine beer. Anyone hook us up?

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It it a really good beer. Let me check my notes and see what I can turn up for you.

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You can add me to the Obsidian Stout recipe list also.
Deschutes Brewery, Bend, Oregon 6.4% ABV.
Around my area it's hard to find stores many being out of stock 90% of the time. Too darn good to quit drinking it besides four 6 packs a week is getting expensive. Their Black Butte Porter is another great bier you should try. Before enjoying Obsidian I enjoyed Old Rasputin, a little different and yet more expensive besides 8.8% ABV.
An Old Rasputin clone recipe is in the Beer Captured book.

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Old 06-05-2009, 02:18 AM   #6
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The jamil show, Can you brew it on the brewing network.com they interview the brewmaster and then clone it with as much or as little information that was given. This stout was "cloned" and the recipe was given. Jamail Zaninasheff, the author of brewing classic stlyes said you could tear out his stout recipe in his book and replace it with this one. Let me know if you want me to post it.

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The jamil show, Can you brew it on the brewing network.com they interview the brewmaster and then clone it with as much or as little information that was given. This stout was "cloned" and the recipe was given. Jamail Zaninasheff, the author of brewing classic stlyes said you could tear out his stout recipe in his book and replace it with this one. Let me know if you want me to post it.
Yep. I just listened to it. If you have iTunes on your computer, you can follow this link to the podcast. LINK
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And if you hate iTunes as much as I do, you can download the podcast right from The Brewing Network's website.

The Brewing Network.com - Shows and Podcasts: The Jamil Show

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Here's an extract recipe I found a while back. I haven't even had the Obsidian Stout yet, much less brewed this recipe. Here it is any way
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talk about bringing this thread back from the dead. I asked this question about a clone exactly a year to the day. Thanks for the help I will get the podcast.

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