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Old 12-29-2012, 12:40 PM   #1
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Anyone mess around with this? When in the beer making process do you add your coffee? How much do you add? I'm interested in making a coffee stout. Share recipes if you have them!

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Most people will add coffee in secondary (or primary if they don't secondary). The two most popular methods are cold-extraction and dry-beaning. Look for threads on Founder Breakfast Stout and Wake N Bake for some recipe ideas.


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