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Old 01-23-2014, 01:18 AM   #151
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So SG on days 7 and 10 in primary were unchanged at 1.032, from OG of 1.065. I did some serious stirring after the initial read, but I guess this is as far as it goes. I had added a bit of extra grains on brew day (12 oz black patent and 8 oz roasted barley). ABV comes out to 4.3, which is actually higher than what DrinkinSurfer's recipe actually calculates out to. But 1.032 seems super high. Does anybody have any thoughts? Does this fit with my extra grains? When would anyone consider repitching? I think I saw someone who racked at 1.030 earlier in this thread. It tastes pretty good - chocolate, roasty, with a very faint tang which I'm attributing to the lactose. Thanks for any and all advice - I'm a supernewb

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Old 02-14-2014, 02:19 AM   #152
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So SG on days 7 and 10 in primary were unchanged at 1.032, from OG of 1.065. I did some serious stirring after the grains on brew day (12 oz black patent and 8 oz roasted barley). ABV comes out to 4.3, which is actually higher than what DrinkinSurfer's recipe actually calculates out to. But 1.032 seems super high. Does anybody have any thoughts? Does this fit with my extra grains? When would anyone consider repitching? I think I saw someone who racked at 1.030 earlier in this thread. It tastes pretty good - chocolate, roasty, with a very faint tang which I'm attributing to the lactose. Thanks for any and all advice - I'm a supernewb
I actually brewed this today! Only changes I made was add 16oz of corn sugar at end of boil to bump the FG
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Old 04-16-2014, 05:09 PM   #153
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I think I'm gonna give this recipe a try next week and I have a bit of a newbie question.

The oats called for can just be regular grocery store oats right? part of the reason I want to do this one is I have some oats lying around

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Old 04-17-2014, 11:45 AM   #154
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Yes quaker oats or a generic version work just fine.

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Old 04-20-2014, 12:01 AM   #155
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So mine turned out fine in the end. 12 days in primary, 17 days in secondary. Tried to go easy on bottling sugar shooting for 2.1 volumes CO2 but it actually was a touch flat even for stout after 3 weeks. Otherwise a very easy drinking session stout with a nice smooth finish very chocolatey.imageuploadedbyhome-brew1397952064.145496.jpg


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