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Yuri_Rage 10-15-2008 01:31 AM

Black Project Stout
 
A surprisingly light stout given the heavy duty name. That's supposed to be part of the "mystique." Lactose improves the body and adds a touch of sweetness to the finish.

Black Project Stout

9 lbs Pale Malt (2 Row)
10.0 oz Carafa Special II
8.0 oz Chocolate Malt
8.0 oz Roasted Barley
8.0 oz Special B
1.75 oz Goldings, East Kent [5.00 %] (60 min)
1 Whirfloc Tablet
12.00 oz Lactose (flameout)
1 Pkgs Fermentis S-04

Single infusion mash at 154F for 60 minutes

Best served on nitro/beer gas.

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tgrier 11-11-2008 03:55 AM

I was thinking of making this after reading your thread on quick turn beers.

Do you really just use 04? Dry yeast for this? I love it if you do. just making sure.

tgrier 11-11-2008 04:00 AM

I do not have nitro either..I was just going to carb on co2. I have really really really been wanting to make a stout for the winter...
I think I can live with co2. .. although I am sure it rocks on beer gas.

Thanks for sharing this recipe.

strohs 11-30-2008 10:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tgrier (Post 947023)
I do not have nitro either..I was just going to carb on co2. I have really really really been wanting to make a stout for the winter...
I think I can live with co2. .. although I am sure it rocks on beer gas.

Thanks for sharing this recipe.


Let me know how it turns out on CO2 only...

BierMuncher 11-30-2008 10:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tgrier (Post 947023)
I do not have nitro either..I was just going to carb on co2. I have really really really been wanting to make a stout for the winter...
I think I can live with co2. .. although I am sure it rocks on beer gas.

Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Just give it a good aggressive pour to knock the gas out and let it sit for 10 minutes to warm a bit. Surprising what a little warming and flattening will do for a stout.

Yuri_Rage 12-01-2008 05:44 PM

Yes, I really use dry yeast. Don't buy into the hype that you HAVE to use liquid yeast to make good beer. S-04 is a nice, clean fermenting English ale yeast that gives fantastic results in beers like this one.

McKBrew 12-01-2008 05:49 PM

Looks like I've found the recipe for the stout I'm going to make.

tgrier 12-02-2008 06:07 PM

I just mashed in recipe.
Smelled amazing. Thanks for the recipe. Looking forward to this one.
T

tgrier 12-23-2008 06:37 PM

Pic.


Well here you go Yuri. Great recipe.


I drank a small glass right from the primary and it was awesome as it.

strohs 12-24-2008 01:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tgrier (Post 1024872)
Pic.


Well here you go Yuri. Great recipe.


I drank a small glass right from the primary and it was awesome as it.



I am sold. I think this will be my next brew...


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