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Old 01-04-2013, 11:18 PM   #11
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Sounds tasty do you know the abv on it?
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CASK SERIES #4: COFFEE MILK STOUT


STYLE: COFFEE MILK STOUT
ABV: 3.7%
MALT: BRITISH PALE, CRYSTAL, BLACK, CHOCOLATE, OATS
OTHER: LACTOSE, COFFEE
HOPS: WGV
YEAST: YORKSHIRE ALE
PKG: CASK
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:59 PM   #12
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Here's the rye mild recipe:

5 gallons

4lbs 2row
1lb crystal 60
1lb rye malt
.25 lb carapils
.15lb chocolate malt

.5oz pacific gem

Any British ale yeast

Great little session beers

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Old 01-05-2013, 11:02 PM   #13
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here is the notch website:

http://www.notchbrewing.com/

and here are the beers:

http://www.notchbrewing.com/beer/

CASK SERIES #4: COFFEE MILK STOUT

STYLE: COFFEE MILK STOUT
ABV: 3.7%
MALT: BRITISH PALE, CRYSTAL, BLACK, CHOCOLATE, OATS
OTHER: LACTOSE, COFFEE
HOPS: WGV
YEAST: YORKSHIRE ALE
PKG: CASK
Cool I've seen those around but haven't tried one yet but will
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:26 AM   #14
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I have a rye red ale with an OG of 1.036 in my recipes section.

More or less my house ale. Have made it a dozen times and is consistently tasty. I like it.

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Old 01-06-2013, 08:36 PM   #15
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I have a rye red ale with an OG of 1.036 in my recipes section.

More or less my house ale. Have made it a dozen times and is consistently tasty. I like it.

Cool ill check that one out.

I may move the bar up to 1.036 that might be a better ceiling than 1.030
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Old 01-06-2013, 09:46 PM   #16
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There's quite a lot of UK beers around the 2.8% mark as there is a relatively new (about a year or two) lower tax bracket for beers of that strength and under. Adnam's Sole Star is good although the others I've tried aren't up to much

I've never brewed one that low though

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Old 01-06-2013, 10:45 PM   #17
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This one is in my to-do list. Always wanted to try doing a table beer for something light and refreshing but still packing some flavor.
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I have a rye red ale with an OG of 1.036 in my recipes section.

More or less my house ale. Have made it a dozen times and is consistently tasty. I like it.

This looks nice. Might have to give it a go at some point. What temp do you mash at? Do you get enough sweetness with only 3% crystal or is it pretty dry?
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It is quite dry, though the rye does add another dimension. Ramping up the crystal to 5% or so would be a good addition IMO.

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Here's the rye mild recipe:

5 gallons

4lbs 2row
1lb crystal 60
1lb rye malt
.25 lb carapils
.15lb chocolate malt

.5oz pacific gem

Any British ale yeast

Great little session beers
Awesome, think I'll give this a try sometime. Thanks for the recipe!
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