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Old 01-05-2013, 09:12 PM   #81
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Adding crystal malt will help, but I am not sure that it will completely make up the difference. However, S-04 usually does not attenuate as well as Notty, so that will add a little sweetness to the finished brew as well. Between the 2 changes, you overall perceived sweetness will probably be in the ballpark. If you are worried that the perceived sweetness will be too low, you can also decrease the hops by 10% or so. Either way, it should still be a solid stout, just not quite exactly the same as the original recipe.
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:51 PM   #82
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just made this yesterday, for my second batch of home brew ever!! only thing we did differently was to use darker DME to get a little darker color to it. I've attached some photos of the brewing day

it's in primary now and will move it to secondary next week. reading all the responses people have after making this one, my wife and I can't wait to try this one, thanks for the recipe!

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Old 01-11-2013, 11:04 PM   #83
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Man, how can that fourth picture not make everybody go brew immediately!

Brewday tomorrow, I hope!

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Old 01-13-2013, 05:56 AM   #84
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Did this today. Replaced the DME with 11# of 2 row. Also added 7oz of cocoa powder at flame out. SMELLS AWESOME. Ended up with SG 1.081. Have have been a little heavy on the 2row.

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Old 01-18-2013, 02:19 AM   #85
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we just transferred this to secondary, had a sample and ... it's phenomenal. really great flavor and body and its only been 1 week since the brew!! added a few photos to drool over.

oh and yes, we had a blow off that you can see some remnants in a couple of the photos

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Old 01-18-2013, 04:47 AM   #86
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I plan on brewing a variation of this on Saturday along with a Smoke Beer as well. I'll post the recipe and specific gravities when I do. Sounds and looks delicious!

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I decided I couldn't wait for tomorrow, so I brewed this up today. The only things I changed was that I Added 2lb of Light DME and hopped with 30g Fuggles at 60min, 30g Simcoe at 30min, and 30g Fuggles at 15min. I brewed up a 7gal batch. OG 1.066. I pitched with a Scottish Ale from Wyeast. My recipe calls for a FG of 1.016 so I'll let you know how it goes in 3 weeks or so.

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Old 01-22-2013, 03:34 AM   #88
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So I brewed this bad boy On Saturday. I followed the original Extract Recipe and used two packages of Windsor yeast.

The yeast started after around 14 hours and picked up quickly. After about 26 hours is started slowing down. Today (day 2) it is really slow. Bubble every 43 secs in the airlock.

Room temperature has been pretty constant at 71 degrees. I also have a Belgian Trippel brewing in the same room and its bubbling away happily.

Do I need to be concerned?

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Mojito, you should be fine. It is a pretty low gravity brew so I wouldn't expect a long, very active fermentation. I hope you enjoy it!

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Ok, I brewed this last night with the following changes.

1.) My grain order came all combined in one big bag, so I couldn't separate the oats. Instead, I brought my water temp to 115 and steeped the whole bag for 15 minutes, then just left it all in there and brought the temp up to 155 for another 45 minutes.
2.) Used Amber extract instead of Light. Added half of the DME after the steep, then added the other half with the Lactose and Irish Moss. at the 15 minute boil point.
3.) Added bittering hops at 45 minutes instead of 60 and aroma hops at flameout.

I secondary'd this over 3 vanilla beans soaked in vanilla vodka, for 2 weeks. I just cracked open the first one last night.

I had my wife pop a couple in the freezer and unfortunately, they both froze. So when I opened the bottles the ice cap slowly rose from the neck, foaming all over the kitchen counter.

HOWEVER, the beer I rescued was an A1 winner. I loved it! I put some more in the fridge and will be enjoying them this weekend. Don't delay, make this today.

The Vanilla was subtle and perfect. Just noticable in the after-taste. This stuff is great. I will try and snap a pic and post it when I drink tomorrow.
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