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Old 03-17-2010, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default Attempting Pipeline Porter Extract Recipe

Updated 3/30/10 for final recipe.

Here is what I came up with for an extract recipe to get close to Kona Brewing Company's Pipeline Porter. If you haven't tried it, it's fantastic. They use 100% Kona coffee during cold conditioning and it works very well.

0.75lb Pale Chocolate Malt
0.50lb Roasted Barley
1.00lb Crystal 60L
7.00lb Light LME

0.25oz Warrior 60min
1oz Perle 60min

Safale US-05

Add 4oz of crushed whole bean coffee for 2-3 days after fermentation

Any suggested changes? BeerPal gives me the following values for this recipe:

OG: 1.058
FG: 1.015
ABV: 5.7%
IBU: 32
SRM: 37.0

Fits well within 12B Robust Porter guidelines. FG is on the low end of the guidelines, but that's ok.

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Old 03-18-2010, 12:40 AM   #2
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i can't help ya none. but if it turns out I'd like to know. that is a good brew

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Old 03-18-2010, 01:56 AM   #3
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Something is fishy with the OG. I'm only getting 1.047 when I put that recipe into beer smith. I'd recommend another lb of the light LME

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Old 03-18-2010, 05:37 AM   #4
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Something is fishy with the OG. I'm only getting 1.047 when I put that recipe into beer smith. I'd recommend another lb of the light LME
That's interesting. That OG is for only 7# of LMe assuming the carapils and chocolate offer no fermentable sugar. If that's true then BrewPal doesn't handle specialty grains correctly.

Edit: I just downloaded the trial of beersmith and I get 1.052 for OG. I'm not sure what you're entering.
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My father in law loves this beer... When I got him into homebrewing he did stout made with lactose and brewed coffee (1 or 2 gallons chilled into the primary instead of water to top off)

Its a great beer, especially for breakfast! You really get the coffee flavor through that way - just something to think about.

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I brewed this last night. My LHBS was out of chocolate malt so I had to settle for pale chocolate. I changed the recipe as follows:

0.75lb Pale Chocolate Malt
0.50lb Roasted Barley
1.00lb Crystal 60L
7.00lb Light LME

0.25oz Warrior 60min
1oz Perle 60min

Safale US-05

I plan on leaving this in primary for two weeks then secondary for 4 weeks. I'll add 4oz crushed 100% Kona whole bean coffee 3 days before bottling.

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Do you just dump the grounds into the beer for 2-3 days after fermentation finishes? or do you put it in a mesh bag and remove prior to bottling?

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In a muslin bag for three days before bottling and then I'll siphon the beer and leave the bag behind with the trub.

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Quick update on this. I took a gravity reading yesterday at 9 days in primary (I really just wanted to taste it) and it's reading around 1.023... about .008 higher than the expected final gravity. I'm not too worried about it, it's going to end where it's going to end. The more important note is that it tasted absolutely perfect! It already has a nice roast flavor from the addition of the roasted barley and I would venture to say the base flavor is spot on. I can't wait to add the coffee in a couple weeks and see how this turns out!

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I bottled this up yesterday after crushing 4oz of coffee and tossing it in primary for three days. I didn't bag the coffee, just tossed it straight in. I used the muslin bag around the bottom of my autosiphon while transferring to the bottling bucket and it worked flawlessly. All the coffee was left behind and the siphon didn't clog at all.

I'm mildly concerned about this brew just because the smell/taste changed a lot since my first gravity check. I won't call it sour, but the flavors just seem a bit off. Granted, this is after coffee was added and there is a good amount of dark grain that needs time to mellow. Other than the slight off flavor, the coffee came through at the end very nicely. It's not as up-front as the Pipeline, but very good. I'll see how it is coming along starting in two weeks and then a bottle a week until it's ready.

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