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Old 09-10-2007, 11:19 PM   #1
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Can ya all help a brother out for the coming winter? I either need a good extract recipe or a good home brew kit.

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Old 09-11-2007, 12:57 AM   #2
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Can ya all help a brother out for the coming winter? I either need a good extract recipe or a good home brew kit.
Can't locate a kit,but i think Brewers Best has one. I'm sure you looked too. Anyway, here's a recipe for extract. It's not mine. I found it on the web some time ago when i was into stouts.

Russian Imperial Stout
1 1/4 lb roasted barley
1lb crystal 80L malt
1 lb Chocolate malt
1lb black patent Malt
13 1/2 lb dark malt extract
2oz galena hops 13% AA 60min boil
3oz Willemette hops 4.2% AA 60min boil
3/4 oz East Kent Goldings hops 5% AA 10min boil
1 1/2 oz Fuggles hops Secondary dry hop
Steep the malts in 4 gal of water for 40 min. at 155f. Remove the malts (malts in a grain bag) and sparge in 2 gal of water. add to the 6 gal solution, all of the extract and stir to evenly ditribute into solution. now begin the boil. Boil for 30min. add hops per above schedule.Flameout. Chill to 68f. Pitch with a very attenuative ale yeast such as WY 1335 in a 2L starter. Primary about 1 week or until the Krauesen deminishes. Transfer to secondary and add dry hops.Ferment for about 30 days or until FG is achieved. Then bottle. This stuff requires a long maturation time ( 3 mo.) and gets better with age.
Yield: 5gal
Boil Time:90min
OG: 1.103
FG: 1.028
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Old 09-11-2007, 08:30 AM   #3
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A pound of patent? Yeck.

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You asked for a recipe.............

Maybe check this out....... http://www.homebrewit.com/aisle/2025..... item 1046
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Thanks OldFarmer!!!!!

That recipe looks interesting.

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