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Old 08-20-2010, 02:03 AM   #21
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I brewed a clone of this recently and it's still in the fermenter (got the recipe from some old thread here). We'll see how it turns out, I love the original stuff!

Also I'm going to be visiting Southern Tier's Brewery soon as well.
please tell me how this worked out for you and what recipe you used.

I tried this and loooved it. I would love to brew a clone.
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Old 08-20-2010, 02:51 AM   #22
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Does this mean that Choklat will be here soon????!??!11
I bought a Choklat a couple of weeks back when I bought the Creme Brulee, but didn't like it as much. It's not as chocolaty as I'd expect given how sweet Creme was. I prefer the Ommegang Chocolate Indulgence or Youngs Double Chocolate Stout. I really want to try their Pumking.
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I bought a Choklat a couple of weeks back when I bought the Creme Brulee, but didn't like it as much. It's not as chocolaty as I'd expect given how sweet Creme was. I prefer the Ommegang Chocolate Indulgence or Youngs Double Chocolate Stout. I really want to try their Pumking.
You'll get mixed reviews here but I think the Pumking is amazing. Remember, these are brewed different each year. My parents live 2 minutes from the brewery so I go there whenever I'm home visiting.

Last time I was there they told me that they have had a few years where the Pumking didn't turn out as expected. Last year though, it was like Pumpkin Pie with whip cream on top in a freaking glass.

They actually just released it tonight at the brewery but I haven't had a chance to try it. It will be in stores soon though.
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I bought a Choklat a couple of weeks back when I bought the Creme Brulee, but didn't like it as much. It's not as chocolaty as I'd expect given how sweet Creme was. I prefer the Ommegang Chocolate Indulgence or Youngs Double Chocolate Stout. I really want to try their Pumking.
They didn't bottle the Choklat last year (brewery was in the middle of an expansion and they only sent out kegs, unless you went directly to the bewery) so if you bought a bottle recently, it was likely almost 2 years old. Last year's was AMAZING!!! I got it twice in growlers from two different shops in NYC. Can't wait for this year's version...
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Well, drank another tonight! Neighbor came over and wanted to try it. I have one left and one Mokah (SP). I haven't tried it yet... Can't wait to try Pumking.

Not an everyday beer, but something to savor ever once in a while.

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please tell me how this worked out for you and what recipe you used.

I tried this and loooved it. I would love to brew a clone.
Here's the recipe I used which was dug up somewhere here (I'm still setup for extract at the moment):

Malt Extract:
9 lb Munton Light DME

Grains:
3.25 lb Dark Crystal

Hops:
1.00 oz Columbus (60 minutes)
1.00 oz Horizon (10 minutes)

Misc:
1.0 lbs Lactose (10 minutes before flameout)
4.00 oz Natural Vanilla Extract (at bottling)
1 Whirfloc Tablet (15 min)

Yeast:
WLP004 Irish Ale Yeast

I realize that all the dark crystal might make the taste a bit cloying, but this was more of an experimental batch since the ingredients were taken right from Southern Tier's site. Also I might cut down on that amount of Vanilla extract at bottling too. Hoping it turns out well!
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cool. let me know how close it turns out to the original

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