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Old 10-09-2012, 04:57 PM   #1
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Next on my list is an Oatmeal Stout partial mash. I found NB has a kit for this but I prefer to use DME instead of LME so I will be buying the ingredients separately. I've read that it's best to use the lightest DME possible, so can I substitute the dark DME for extra light DME without any other changes, or should I change the grain bill to suit?

Here is the ingredient list for NB's oatmeal stout.
http://www.northernbrewer.com/docume...tmealStout.pdf

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If you want the color to come in correctly, you'll have to either adjust the grain bill accordingly or leave it as dark DME. Either option is viable; you could just steep some roasted barley or carafa (husked or dehusked, depending on how roasty you want it) to balance out the color differential.

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If you want the color to come in correctly, you'll have to either adjust the grain bill accordingly or leave it as dark DME. Either option is viable; you could just steep some roasted barley or carafa (husked or dehusked, depending on how roasty you want it) to balance out the color differential.
I am not too concerned with color, but how much carafa or roasted barley would be an acceptable amount, 8oz?
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Next on my list is an Oatmeal Stout partial mash. I found NB has a kit for this but I prefer to use DME instead of LME so I will be buying the ingredients separately. I've read that it's best to use the lightest DME possible, so can I substitute the dark DME for extra light DME without any other changes, or should I change the grain bill to suit?

Here is the ingredient list for NB's oatmeal stout.
http://www.northernbrewer.com/docume...tmealStout.pdf

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Here's the grain bill for their All-Grain version:

MASH INGREDIENTS
--6.5 lbs English Maris Otter
--1 lb Flaked Oats
--0.5 lb English Roasted Barley
--0.5 lb English Chocolate Malt
--0.5 lb English Dark Crystal

You replace the Maris Otter with extract but the remaining grains can be used in the above quantities in your recipe.
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Here's the grain bill for their All-Grain version:

MASH INGREDIENTS
--6.5 lbs English Maris Otter
--1 lb Flaked Oats
--0.5 lb English Roasted Barley
--0.5 lb English Chocolate Malt
--0.5 lb English Dark Crystal

You replace the Maris Otter with extract but the remaining grains can be used in the above quantities in your recipe.
Fantastic, I didn't even think about looking up their AG version. Thanks for the hlep.
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