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Old 07-01-2011, 01:14 AM   #1
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I came up with this recipe from a variation of a Brown Ale. What do you guys think I will be brewing it this weekend. Also what style would you call this? English Amber??

10 gallon batch.

20lbs Maris Otter
1lb CaraVienne
1lb CaraMunich
1lb CaraPils
1lb Munich
1lb Biscuit malt
1lb Chocolate malt

2oz Williamette at 0
1oz oz of Goldings at 40
1oz oz of Goldings at at flame out


Im using two packs of us05

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Old 07-01-2011, 09:03 AM   #2
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A pound of chocolate might make this darker than an amber. Did you get an srm number?

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No I didn't get an srm number for it. I really dont mind if it is darker than an amber I just wanted more biscuity and chocolate flavors that I was getting with the original recipe. So I upped the base grain to maris otter from american 2 row and added two pounds, doubled the biscuit malt and chocolate malts. What would you consider the style of this beer?

I am also planning to experiment with the leftover grains from the mash and make a 3-4 gallon small beer using Fuggles at 60 min and adding a half pound of brown sugar in the boil. Also using s-05 yeast.

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What would you consider the style of this beer?
Brown ale. Unless you're trying to clone something, why get more particular than that?

Depending on your efficiency and attenuation, this beer will be pushing 7%.

Are we to assume that your 2oz addition is for bittering, not as a flameout (zero-minute) addition?
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I plugged it into my BeerAlchemy, with a couple of assumptions. I assume the hopping schedule was the Williamette, 2oz for all of boil (assuming a 60 minute boil) and then the Golding 1 oz at 20 minutes from end, and 1 oz at flameout. With that, style wise, it matches the criteria for a Baltic Porter. But it also matches for a "Strong Ale - Old Ale", which I know nothing about. The OG is a bit to high to match the criteria for an American Brown Ale, but otherwise matches.

The Stats are this:

OG 1.068
FG 1.016
Expected Color 19.7 SRM
Expected IBU 37 IBU
Expected ABV 6.9%

Hope this was helpful!

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Your assumption is correct the 2 oz of Willemette will be in for 60

the other two oz's are flavoring and aroma.


Thanks for the answers.

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I plugged it into my BeerAlchemy, with a couple of assumptions. I assume the hopping schedule was the Williamette, 2oz for all of boil (assuming a 60 minute boil) and then the Golding 1 oz at 20 minutes from end, and 1 oz at flameout. With that, style wise, it matches the criteria for a Baltic Porter. But it also matches for a "Strong Ale - Old Ale", which I know nothing about. The OG is a bit to high to match the criteria for an American Brown Ale, but otherwise matches.

The Stats are this:

OG 1.068
FG 1.016
Expected Color 19.7 SRM
Expected IBU 37 IBU
Expected ABV 6.9%

Hope this was helpful!

VERY Helpful Thanks. I will let you guys know how it comes out.
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I don't know if this will make a difference to you, but I read up on Baltic Porter, and it seems some brew it with lager yeast. Though, this does not seem to always be the case. I can't wait to hear how this turns out for you.

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I have read up on that earlier because I was wanting to brew an Oak aged Bourbon Baltic Porter. They say you can use either or, I guess something subliminally made me think of this recipe. If it comes out like a Baltic I will defiantly do it again using some bourbon and oak. Cant make it to the homebrew shop for lager yeast before tomorrow and even so I really dont have the "proper" area to ferment a lager beer.


I will keep you posted.

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Sweet! Love a good Porter.

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