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Old 11-28-2013, 11:24 PM   #1
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I am planning a partigyle for Saturday and my big beer will be an imperial stout. Here is the recipe on Beersmith http://beersmithrecipes.com/viewreci...=5297ae622dfe6 I will be mashing at 150 to get more fermentable sugars for the big beer. I may raise that temp for the small beer. It will be a 1/3 2/3 split, with estimated OG of 1.1 for the first five gallons in a batch sparge. The next ten gallons will be after another mash with a cap depending on what my small beer will be. Because of the size of my mash tun, it will be a continuous sparge. Estimated OG for the small beer is 1.05. I'm thinking about a dry stout for the small beer, but would like something a bit more exciting. What would you do for the small beer, and what/how much for the specialty grains for the cap? This will be my first partigyle, so any hints, suggestions, or corrections to my recipe are welcome.

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I did a no cap milk stout that was awesome out of my RIS

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I did a no cap milk stout that was awesome out of my RIS
That sounds great. I like milk stouts and haven't brewed one yet. Does the grain bill look OK?
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That does sound good. I'm brewing a RIS today and was planning at low efficiency knowing I'll cut off my runnings earlier than usual to achieve a high OG. Guess I'll be picking up some lactose this morning now.
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