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Old 12-27-2013, 02:36 PM   #401
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I will leave alone. This will be my next brew.

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Old 12-29-2013, 09:51 AM   #402
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Brewed this yesterday. got a bottle in the SS swap. most excellent.

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Old 01-02-2014, 05:28 PM   #403
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hey guys. Living in Longmont, CO just a couple miles from Left Hand and loving Nitro figured I gotta make this one. Only done extract so far so was looking for an extract version of this. I read all the pages and while several people say they made an extract version there is only one recipe and that guy had questions about his recipe but didn't see any answers. So just wondering if anyone had an extract recipe or if the one on here is good? My swmbo doesn't like stouts so while her beer is in the big carboy I'll just be making a one gallon batch to start with.

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Old 01-04-2014, 10:14 AM   #404
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hey guys. Living in Longmont, CO just a couple miles from Left Hand and loving Nitro figured I gotta make this one. Only done extract so far so was looking for an extract version of this. I read all the pages and while several people say they made an extract version there is only one recipe and that guy had questions about his recipe but didn't see any answers. So just wondering if anyone had an extract recipe or if the one on here is good? My swmbo doesn't like stouts so while her beer is in the big carboy I'll just be making a one gallon batch to start with.

Use a light extract like the briess cube golden light lme and add your specialty grains for a 30 minute steep at 150. Just remember to reduce some of the low crystals (less than 60L) to account for the crystals in the lme.
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Old 01-16-2014, 12:24 AM   #405
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Brewed this 1 month ago, tested fg today, 1.022, tasted hydro sample, good, very, very good, can't wait to get it carbed up.
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Old 01-24-2014, 05:58 PM   #406
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hey guys. Living in Longmont, CO just a couple miles from Left Hand and loving Nitro figured I gotta make this one. Only done extract so far so was looking for an extract version of this. I read all the pages and while several people say they made an extract version there is only one recipe and that guy had questions about his recipe but didn't see any answers. So just wondering if anyone had an extract recipe or if the one on here is good? My swmbo doesn't like stouts so while her beer is in the big carboy I'll just be making a one gallon batch to start with.
For some reason no one is commenting on an extract version. However i am going to brew the version on page 5. Now, after talking to my friend that's from Colorado he told me that i should increase the lactose taste as is compared to the Sweet Stout I made from AHS.

so i'm going to brew the extract recipe on here and add 1 pound of lactose in the boil and .75 pound at bottling along with my priming sugar.

if that is retarded please let me know before tomorrow
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For some reason no one is commenting on an extract version. However i am going to brew the version on page 5. Now, after talking to my friend that's from Colorado he told me that i should increase the lactose taste as is compared to the Sweet Stout I made from AHS.

so i'm going to brew the extract recipe on here and add 1 pound of lactose in the boil and .75 pound at bottling along with my priming sugar.

if that is retarded please let me know before tomorrow
Personally I think it's too much lactose. You should make it first, then make additions.

Regardless, add all your lactose during the boil. It makes no sense to separate it and add it at bottling. It's more work and gives a higher chance of infection.
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Personally I think it's too much lactose. You should make it first, then make additions.

Regardless, add all your lactose during the boil. It makes no sense to separate it and add it at bottling. It's more work and gives a higher chance of infection.
ok that makes sense. i'll stick to 1# and add it all during the boil, thank you
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For some reason no one is commenting on an extract version. However i am going to brew the version on page 5. Now, after talking to my friend that's from Colorado he told me that i should increase the lactose taste as is compared to the Sweet Stout I made from AHS.

so i'm going to brew the extract recipe on here and add 1 pound of lactose in the boil and .75 pound at bottling along with my priming sugar.

if that is retarded please let me know before tomorrow
I added an extra 4 oz to mine unintentionally and it came out too sweet for my taste. Still a damn good beer but after 1 or 2 it became too much sweetness.
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I added an extra 4 oz to mine unintentionally and it came out too sweet for my taste. Still a damn good beer but after 1 or 2 it became too much sweetness.
ok wow, i'm glad i double checked. thanks!
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