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Old 08-03-2011, 02:30 PM   #1
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Okay I have seen 2 different recipes for this beer and was wonder if anyone can clarify which of the 2 would be closest.

Recipe # 1

OG 1058
FG 1012
37 IBUs
27.6 SRM

WLP002

90 minute boil [Tasty always does a 90 minute boil, he says it works better for his system]

10.58 lbs pale malt
1.39 lbs wheat malt
0.7 lbs crystal 80
0.42 lbs american chocolate 400l
0.42 lbs english chocolate malt 300-350l
0.42 lbs carapils

0.60 oz galena at 13%AA at 90min (can use nugget too)
0.25 oz cascade at 5.75%AA at 15min
0.25 oz mt. hood at 5.2%AA at 5min (can use tettnanger too)

Increased Ca to 129ppm

Fermented at 64F

Mashed at 130F for 10 minutes
Then 156F for 60 minutes
Then 168F for 10 minutes
Sparged at 170F for 45 minutes

And the newest BYO clone brews has it as

Recipe # 2

10 lbs 2-row
9 oz chocolate malt
10 oz Crystal 60

.33 oz Galena 60 min
.85 oz Cascade 30 min
1.1 oz Tettnanger 5 min

Wyeast London ale III

Mash at 152

Can any point me in the right direction.



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Your first recipe looks closer, here is some discussion on it:
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f126/black-butte-porter-145879/

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Thanks man. Yeah I saw that thread, but the multiple recipe's is what got me to ask this. I'm gonna go with the first one but instead of using Wyeast 1318 im gonna have to sub it for Wyeast London ESB 1968. Thanks again for the clarification.

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BBP has an IBU of 30. Not 37.

http://www.deschutesbrewery.com/brew/black-butte-porter

And if you want to clone... here's their posted recipe.

http://www.deschutesbrewery.com/recipe/black-butte-porter-clone

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