Hazelnut Milk Stout
Now that Ive confirmed my stout is through its primary fermentation (pulled a sample at lunch), I have some confidence posting my first AG. Ive made this as a PM a lot of times and Im fairly confident Ive successfully converted it to AG. The only issue so far, the OG was a little low. But Im blaming that on the mash tun spigot popping off three times during the mash. I think next time Im going to wrap some Teflon tape on it and hammer it in with a mallet.
0.75# Special B
0.5# Roasted Barley
0.5# Chocolate Malt
8.5# Mars Otter
0.5# lactose (at 10 minutes remaining)
1.5 teaspoons hazelnut extract at bottling
2oz. Willamette hops, AA=4.6% for the full 90 minute boil.
I infusion mashed for 30 minutes at 145F and 60 minutes at 150F. I mashed out at 168F.
I collected 7 gallons of wort. Boiled 90 minutes and collected 5.25 gallons into the fermentor.
OG = 1.051
FG = 1.013
ABV = 4.9%
IBU = 35
SRM = 37
My process for cloning a beer
1. Put on lab coat.
2. Drink beer and take notes.
3. Repeat Step 2 until I have a recipe or pass out.
On deck: Barleywine, Dampfbier, Belgain Golden Ale, Hazelnut Sweet Stout, IRA, Rye-weizen, Wit, Uinta Hazel Clone, Uinta Yard Sale Clone.