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Old 08-03-2010, 10:16 AM   #1
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Default Pannepot inspired dark strong belgian

This fall I plan to brew a dark strong belgian ale inspired by Struise pannepot. Comments on the recipe are very welcome!

Basic ------------------------------------------------- -----------------
Name: Askoy II (the name of Jacques Brel's sailing boat)
Feature: Pannepot clone
Brew Date:
Beer Style: Quadrupel
Liters: 15 (i.e. 4 gallons, I know you huys hate metric units )
OG: 1096 (9.8 Vol% alc.)
Brewhouse Efficiency: 60.0%

General ------------------------------------------------- --------------
Total brewing water: 26.97 liter
Mash Thickness: 2.00 l / kg
Mash Water: 13.95 liter
Sparge water: 13.37 liter
Boiing time: 90 minutes
Calculated Color: 79 EBC (Dan A. Morey) that's about 40 SRM
Calculated bitterness 29 EBU (Glenn Tinseth)

Malt bill ------------------------------------------------ ----------
Pilsner Malt EBC 3 71.2% 5500 gr 3 EBC
Munich Malt 15 EBC 1000 12.9% 16 gr EBC
Special B 391 EBC 5.2% 400 gr
Chocolate Malt (light) 1.0% 75 g 500 EBC
Candy syrup 9.7% 750 g 190 EBC

Hops ------------------------------------------------ --------------
Hallertauer Mittelf5.5% 35 deg 60 min. EBU 27
Styrian Golding 6.0% 10 deg 15 min. 4 EBU


Herbs ------------------------------------------------- ---------------
Orange peel 6 g 5 Min. (Half sweet, half curacao)
Coriander 3 g 5 Min.
Thyme 1 g 5 Min.
Nutmeg .5 g 5 Min.
Cinnamon 2g 5 Min.
Concentrated apple juice (1:5) 200 g 15 min.

Yeast ------------------------------------------------- ------------------
Yeast Type: 3787 Trappist High Gravity
Yeast is added as: Yeast slurry
Nutrition: Wyeast
Quantity:

Notes: -

Mash Schedule ------------------------------------------------- ------------

Step 1: 66 ° C Min 90. 2.0 l / kg

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Old 08-03-2010, 11:36 AM   #2
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Not a fan of teh Pannepot, but apparently they use T-58. Go figure.

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Old 08-03-2010, 11:50 AM   #3
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I know they do, but I think 3787 is a better yeast. I might split the batch and ferment half with T-58

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Old 08-03-2010, 01:36 PM   #4
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If you are able to clone this I will kiss your ass. It is without a doubt "one" of the best beers I've had.

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How did this beer turn out?

Pannepot is probably one of, if not my favorite beer. Too bad it is nearly ten dollars a bottle where I live!

To me, Pannefort tastes similar to Rochefort except for the added spices. I'm planning on trying to clone it soon.

I will probably come up with a recipe similar to yours except I would have probably reversed the hops (styrian golding for bittering, hallertauer for flavor). Also, I will probably use more belgian candi syrup (15-20%) and while 3787 is my favorite Belgian-style yeast so far, I might try T-58 as I've never used it before and I'm curious what it's like. I'll probably start with a Belgian pilsner base and add in some belgian cara-malts (caramunich maybe). I'll also do a decoction mash with sacchrification rest at about 152-153.

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