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Old 01-09-2007, 12:19 AM   #1
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Anyone know of a good clone for someone who has only brewed one batch??

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Old 01-09-2007, 12:32 AM   #2
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If you just want to click and go, austin homebrew has a double chocolate stout recipe kit that gets very good reviews.

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Old 01-09-2007, 12:35 AM   #3
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i have never had youngs, but i brewed this one and really like it
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthre...hocolate+stout

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Old 01-09-2007, 01:54 AM   #4
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There's one in BYO's 150 recipe issue. I need to find mine. I'll post or PM you with it.

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Here you go, I just did an AG version of this lat Monday.

.5 lbs LDME
4 lbs 2oz LLME
8oz 2-row pale ale malt(just noticed this, is this a partial mash?)
11 oz crystal malt 60deg L
13 oz chocolate malt
12 oz lactose
8 oz invert sugar
4 oz cane sugar
6 oz cocoa powder
.33 oz liquid chocolate extract
1.4 oz Fuggles @ 60min
.25 oz Kent Goldings @ 15 min
Wyeast 1318(London Ale III)

steep grains for 45 min @ 153deg F 3qts
rinse with 1.5 qts 170deg F sparge water
add DME, sugars and water to make 3gals and bring to boil
add cocoa disolved in hot water at 15 mins along with LME
hop at times shown above.

In putting this up I noticed it uses 2 row in the steeping grains. So I guess you could consider this a partial mash if any sugars are added from that.

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There's one in BYO's 150 recipe issue. I need to find mine. I'll post or PM you with it.
That would be awesome!
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Here you go, I just did an AG version of this lat Monday.

.5 lbs LDME
4 lbs 2oz LLME
8oz 2-row pale ale malt(just noticed this, is this a partial mash?)
11 oz crystal malt 60deg L
13 oz chocolate malt
12 oz lactose
8 oz invert sugar
4 oz cane sugar
6 oz cocoa powder
.33 oz liquid chocolate extract
1.4 oz Fuggles @ 60min
.25 oz Kent Goldings @ 15 min
Wyeast 1318(London Ale III)

steep grains for 45 min @ 153deg F 3qts
rinse with 1.5 qts 170deg F sparge water
add DME, sugars and water to make 3gals and bring to boil
add cocoa disolved in hot water at 15 mins along with LME
hop at times shown above.

In putting this up I noticed it uses 2 row in the steeping grains. So I guess you could consider this a partial mash if any sugars are added from that.
How difficult would you say that is to make?

im a newb still.
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How difficult would you say that is to make?

im a newb still.
If you can make soup, then you can do it. Seriously, my first batch was a straight extract from a kit and my second batch was a PM. It just looks harder than it is.
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It is a very straight forward recipe, you may have hunt to find the invert sugar, the guy at my LHBS gave me a recipe to make it, also the late addition of the LME is probobly not something that you've seen yet. You should be ok.

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What is invert sugar? Lactose? Could I use maltodextrin instead?

Is that what is in your primary right now 2nd Street? How is it? Do you by any chance have an E-Brewing journal?

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