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Old 11-17-2009, 10:13 PM   #11
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how much does this usually run to get all the ingredients? i am super anxious to brew a good imperial stout.

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Old 11-18-2009, 12:30 AM   #12
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6.6lbs dark syrup malt
3lbs dark DME
1/4lb black patent
1/2lb crystal
1/4lb chocolate malt
1/2lb roasted barley
1lb Dark Brown Sugar
1oz Challenger hops (60min boil)
1oz Cascade hops (30min boil)
1oz Cascade hops (15min boil)
1/4tsp Irish moss
Irish ale yeast (White Labs) or equivalent

Bring 1.5-2gal water to 150ºF, steep grains (in grain bag) for 15min.
Remove grains and bring water to boil.
Dissolve all malt extract and honey, and return water to rolling boil.
Add hops according to schedule above for total 60min boil time.
Add Irish moss at final 15min.
Pour into fermenter with 3gal cold water (top off to 5gal if necessary) and pitch yeast at approx. 80ºF.

Ferment 8-10 days in primary, then rack and ferment 5-7 days in secondary.
Prime with 3/4 cup priming sugar and bottle.
Age 3-4 weeks in bottles.


Great beer with a kick. It is damn near 10%ABV
I don't see honey in the ingredients list?????
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Old 04-12-2010, 02:24 AM   #13
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I don't see honey in the ingredients list?????
Maybe he meant the brown sugar?
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Old 05-23-2010, 04:02 PM   #14
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Brewed this up last night with a little modification. My boil batch was 2.5 gallons and I steeped for 30 min. My OG was only 1.078 though, and when I typed the recipe in several calculators I got OG's anywhere from 1.075- 1.088, nowhere near 1.099. So I'm not sure what went different there...
I may also change the fermentation times to 1-1.5 weeks primary, 2 weeks secondary, and 3-4 weeks bottle.
This smells awesome already and I can't wait until its ready!

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Old 05-23-2010, 09:29 PM   #15
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So I think I caught it just in time. I opened the fermenting closet to inspect/sniff and found the lid on my fermenter bowed out almost to the point of blowing the lid off. So stupidly I pulled the air lock off and sprayed foam all over the ceiling. Blow off tube is now installed. I did not use a yeast starter as well, and from what I see, I don't think it needs one!

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Old 01-21-2011, 11:48 AM   #16
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Brewed this up last night with a little modification. My boil batch was 2.5 gallons and I steeped for 30 min. My OG was only 1.078 though, and when I typed the recipe in several calculators I got OG's anywhere from 1.075- 1.088, nowhere near 1.099. So I'm not sure what went different there...
I may also change the fermentation times to 1-1.5 weeks primary, 2 weeks secondary, and 3-4 weeks bottle.
This smells awesome already and I can't wait until its ready!
I am curious as to how this turned out for you?

And also for the OP... I am trying to figure out why you don't see too many Imperial Stout extract recipes?
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Old 01-21-2011, 11:49 PM   #17
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I am curious as to how this turned out for you?

And also for the OP... I am trying to figure out why you don't see too many Imperial Stout extract recipes?
It turned out pretty good, but due to a heat wave we had here while it was fermenting, it fermented at 80-82 degrees, and now has a hint of banana taste. But this was before I found out what a swamp cooler was.

I took it to a family reunion at my grandparent's house last year and it was a big hit. I only have one left and I've been letting it sit to see how it turns out.

I had an OG of 1.078 and and FG of 1.022, 7.3% ABV with this recipe, so I'm not sure what may have happened there.
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It turned out pretty good, but due to a heat wave we had here while it was fermenting, it fermented at 80-82 degrees, and now has a hint of banana taste. But this was before I found out what a swamp cooler was.

I took it to a family reunion at my grandparent's house last year and it was a big hit. I only have one left and I've been letting it sit to see how it turns out.

I had an OG of 1.078 and and FG of 1.022, 7.3% ABV with this recipe, so I'm not sure what may have happened there.
Was it a bit too sweet?
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I thought it was about average in sweetness for a stout, so I didn't think it was too sweet. Just the banana flavor from hot fermentation was a little off. Just try to keep the temp under control if you do brew this.

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Old 01-23-2011, 12:38 AM   #20
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This is my second year of brewing it and I don't think I'm adding enough yeast. I will try 2 vials next year or at least do a starter. Good experience with it so far! This year I had an OG of 1.096.

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