I am going to make my first attempt at a stout this week and I wanted some input.
It is based off of mean old Tom by Maine brewing.
Malt American 2-Row, Chocolate, Roasted Barley, Midnight Wheat, Caramel 40L, Flaked Oats
Hops US Magnum, Centennial
I came up with: 5 gallon batch OG: 1.067 70% eff
10.5 lb 2 row
.75 roasted barley
.5 midnight wheat
.75 Flaked Oats
60 min - .75oz magnum
10 - 1oz centennial
5 - 1oz centennial
Does this malt bill look ok? Or do you think I could use more specialty malts?
You should be ok, your in the right range maintaining at least 75% base malt for conversion when dealing with all that dark malt. Looks like a tasty brew. It looks like its going to have a strong citrus hop flavor almost at an IPA level. is that what your looking for?
Thanks for the quick response.
Any suggestions on what type of yeast to use?
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