Originally Posted by Jaysus
ajbram> that's pretty!
Can you share the recipe?
Originally Posted by Pdeezy
That looks good. You have a recipe?
It's a tough one, because I have no exact recipe. This was done as a bastardized parti-gyle mild. I made a batch of my molasses porter, and basically after mashing the grains for the porter, I scooped out about 2/3 of the grains after sparging, added 4lb of Canadian 2-row pale malt, and re-mashed. As a result I got some of the colour and roasty-toastiness from the leftover porter grains with a lighter body. I will have to look at my notes when I get home tonight and let you guys know what I did. All I can tell you now is I re-mashed for 1hr at 151F.
Boil was 60 min with 1oz Fuggles at 60, 0.5 oz fuggles at 20 and 0.5 oz fuggles at 5 min.
Cooled to 85F and pitched a moderate starter of S-04 at high krausen. Primary for 4 days, secondary for a week, then primed with 3/4 cup of Demerarra sugar. It was ready to drink abotu a week later and is a very nice little beer.
I'll add some more detailed notes tomorrow.