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Old 10-19-2011, 01:14 AM   #1
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Default Oyster Stout, the picture says it all

I brewed the BYO Black Pearl Oyster Stout, this seems like a perfectly normal ingredient. My brother in law does a Feast of Seven Fishes every Christmas, he jokingly asked for a beer with seafood in it, he'll either be stoked or horrified.

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Old 10-19-2011, 01:29 AM   #2
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That's badass. Post how it turns out.

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Old 10-19-2011, 01:34 AM   #3
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There's a nano brewery in Asheville (located in a seafood restaurant) that brews an oyster stout - I always just assumed they used just the shells as a calcium addition to the water. Maybe they add actual oysters too? Curious to see how this turns out.

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You should 'dry oyster' in secondary.

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I wonder how oysters would work in a Randall for serving?

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I'm gonna try both of those fine suggestions!!!

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Anyone ever try Yards Love Stout?

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I'm gonna try both of those fine suggestions!!!
Ha actually stick a bunch of oysters and EKG in there, I bet it would be pretty good! That would be so badass if a bar did that, first beer would be so money.
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Maybe a can of smoked oysters at flameout for the special, smokey je ne sais quoi?

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Upright Brewing blogged about their oyster stout a couple years ago. They used oyster "liqour" and oysters in the boil. They say dry hopped it with shells

http://uprightbrewingblog.blogspot.c...ter-stout.html

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