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Old 02-03-2010, 02:30 PM   #11
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Williams Brewing has a double stout that I am wrapping up now and it is FANTASTIC! I will definitely do it again, but probably a PG next time..

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OOOOOH- I have the perfect oatmeal stout recipe. Well, actually, it's not my recipe. It's Jamil Zainasheff's recipe, from Brewing Classic Styles. I did the all-grain version, but he has a partial mash version as well.

He has the recipe set for a full boil, starting with 7 gallons and boiling down to 5.5. It can easily be changed for a smaller sized boil, though, if your pot is smaller. What size boil will you want to do?

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OOOOOH- I have the perfect oatmeal stout recipe. Well, actually, it's not my recipe. It's Jamil Zainasheff's recipe, from Brewing Classic Styles. I did the all-grain version, but he has a partial mash version as well.

He has the recipe set for a full boil, starting with 7 gallons and boiling down to 5.5. It can easily be changed for a smaller sized boil, though, if your pot is smaller. What size boil will you want to do?
While not a stout, The JZ chocolate hazelnut Porter kit from morebeer is freaking awesome. Probably the best chocolate beer I have ever had!
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Old 02-03-2010, 04:38 PM   #14
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OOOOOH- I have the perfect oatmeal stout recipe. Well, actually, it's not my recipe. It's Jamil Zainasheff's recipe, from Brewing Classic Styles. I did the all-grain version, but he has a partial mash version as well.

He has the recipe set for a full boil, starting with 7 gallons and boiling down to 5.5. It can easily be changed for a smaller sized boil, though, if your pot is smaller. What size boil will you want to do?
My brew pot is 5 gal. My first batch I did a 2.5 gal partial boil for a 5 gal. batch. I could probably boil up to 4 gal. I'm thinking?
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I'm glad you brought up that Oatmeal Stout Yooper. I have been wanting to make it, but I have been hot and cold with the commercial examples. I will probably stick that in the lineup right after the american stout. That is a style I know that I love. Have you made that one Yooper?

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I'm glad you brought up that Oatmeal Stout Yooper. I have been wanting to make it, but I have been hot and cold with the commercial examples. I will probably stick that in the lineup right after the american stout. That is a style I know that I love. Have you made that one Yooper?

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The only recipe I tried for an oatmeal stout was Jamil's. It was terrific and everybody loved it.

The recipe is here: http://beerdujour.com/Recipes/Jamil/...tmealStout.htm

To make that an extract recipe with a 3 gallon boil, I'd do this:

3 lbs Pale Liquid Extract (8.0 SRM) Extract

2 lbs 8.0 oz Pale Liquid Extract [Boil for 1 min]

1 lbs Oats, Flaked (1.0 SRM)
2 lbs Pale Malt (2 Row) US (2.0 SRM)
12.0 oz Chocolate Malt (350.0 SRM)
12.0 oz Victory Malt (25.0 SRM)
8.0 oz Black roasted barley
8.0 oz Caramel/Crystal Malt - 80L

1.50 oz Goldings, East Kent [6.20 %] (60 min)

Ale yeast, like London ESB yeast, WLP002 or Nottingham.

Put grains in grain bag, and place into 8.25 quarts of 165 degree water. Stir well, and check temperature. Keep temperature during the mash at 153-155 degrees. After 60 minutes, lift the grain bag and place into a second pot or into a colandar over the brewpot. Pour 170 degree water over, to reach 3 gallons. Throw away grains. Add 3 pounds liquid extract, and bring to a boil.

At boiling, add the hops and set the timer for 60 minutes. After the time is up, turn off the flame add the remainder of the malt extract. Stir well, and allow to sit to pasteurize for 5 minutes. Cool wort, then top off to 5.5 gallons. Add yeast.
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After 60 minutes, lift the grain bag and place into a second pot or into a colandar over the brewpot. Pour 170 degree water over, to reach 3 gallons.
Sorry, I'm a little bit confused by this step right here. Here is what I think you are telling me:

I should have another pot of water ready that is preheated to 170F. And then pour that preheated water over the grain bag into the brew pot to reach 3 gallons for my partial.

EDIT: I see what you are saying now. This is a partial mash, I must have missed that before.

Sounds like it would make a good beer, although I don't know that I'm ready to step up to partial mash yet. I need to get a couple of good extract brews under my belt first. Thanks for the recipe though.
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