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Old 08-15-2010, 06:12 PM   #1
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Hello all, Just had a rogue hazelnut at a bar in the Long Beach marina and enjoyed it very much. So I was wondering if anyone had a clone recipe for this brew.

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Old 08-15-2010, 07:30 PM   #2
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Even better. You can have *the* recipe. Rogue's Hazelnut Brown started out as a homebrew recipe, and they've released the original recipe in the past. The original hazelnut extract they used is no longer available, so I used an organic roasted hazelnut extract.

8.5lb 2 row
1.5lb munich
1.2lb caramel 80
.55lb brown malt
.35lb caramel 10
.35lb caramel 120
.25lb pale chocolate

Mash at 154

25IBU Pearle @ 60m
10IBU Saaz @ 30m

Ferment at 68 with WLP001, Wy#1056, or SA-05.

Add 20ml (or to taste) hazelnut extract at bottling.

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Old 08-15-2010, 07:56 PM   #3
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thanks dwarvin, newbie question, are those hop additions 1 oz each

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Old 08-16-2010, 03:00 PM   #4
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To address your question first, the hop addition is listed as IBU's instead of weight. The weight needed will depend on the AA% of the hops you are using.

But a little word of advice when using the hazelnut extract. Start SMALL. You can add, but you can't take away. It doesn't take much to get flavor from extracts.

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Old 08-16-2010, 06:51 PM   #5
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Kilted, where do you get the extract?

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I debated about whether to revive such an old post, but...

I brewed this, and I bought Hazelnut extract from Amoretti (http://amoretti.com/) -- They have a "Hazelnut, Praline," that isn't listed on their website, which is what I bought. It has a great smell, and the beer tasted great at bottling time. I'll let you know how it is after it carbs up.

For anyone who gets that extract, I tried two different volumes, 20ml and 10ml (in 5 gallons - This was a 10-gallon batch). l'll let you know how it turns out, but right now my impression is that 20ml was too much.

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The beer has now carbed up, and it tastes great! Unfortunately, even at 10ml, the hazelnut flavor is a little bit too "out in front." It's still enjoyable, but it would be better if some of the other flavors in the beer could come out more. Next time, I think I'll try cutting it back to 5ml. My 2 ounce bottle of extract is going to last a long time.

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