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Old 04-28-2013, 02:29 AM   #321
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I just made that beer 20 min ago. Tasted extremely good before I added the yeast, I am very please. Ended up with a 1.046 OG and 22L
I added 5gr of fuggle for 5 min to the Oz of Kent. Used Safale S-04 for yeast.
I think I will leave it in the primary for 25-30 days and Keg to force carb. I always leave my beer (blonde IPA) that long in the primary and get great results.
I must say it's my first Stout, is it a beer that age well before kegging ?
My friend is a very impulsive brewer and always keg within 15 days. His brew always taste like crap, At least to my taste, so I tend to leave mine undisturbed for ever.

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Old 04-30-2013, 05:06 AM   #322
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Anyone made this using maris otter? And hoe did it turn out?

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Old 05-04-2013, 10:37 PM   #323
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I am going to brew this next weekend by my local home brew shop only has roasted barley 595 ( instead of 300) and chocolate malt 450 ( instead of 350). Will this change change the flavor adversly or just color?
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:25 PM   #324
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I am going to brew this next weekend by my local home brew shop only has roasted barley 595 ( instead of 300) and chocolate malt 450 ( instead of 350). Will this change change the flavor adversly or just color?
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It's what I used. People who tend to like quaffers love it. Like lighter drinkers. Even BMC found this beer enjoyable.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:54 PM   #325
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Cool, so you used the higher L roasts and it still turned out good? Btw, what is BMC?

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Old 05-09-2013, 02:26 AM   #326
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Cool, so you used the higher L roasts and it still turned out good? Btw, what is BMC?

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Bud, Miller, you get the point.
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Old 05-09-2013, 03:37 AM   #327
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Got it

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Old 05-19-2013, 01:28 AM   #328
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3 weeks later here we are. I couldn't wait any longer. My GF love this beer, caught her with a glass this morning before she had her coffee

Weather screwed up my fermentation, I ended up fermenting at high temp for the first 2 weeks (70-74f). I will have to make it again definitely.

I was expecting a strong Coffee moka expresso taste, but it's not the case. It's a very mild Stout almost like a pale super smooth blonde,but with a mild stout character and aftertaste with a hint of fruit.

I guess I screwed with fermentation temps that why it's not very tasty. On the other hand. It's the perfect stout to introduce beginners to dark beer, and My girlfriend can't get enough. It will not last long on the tap

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Old 06-24-2013, 04:07 AM   #329
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During the first month after bottling, I wasn't a big fan of this beer, it was too harsh and bitter, (lack of caramel malt, and 40 IBU's), but damn, just as if it was magic, after a month passed, this beer turned into a delightful, creamy, but light flavored stout. I can't get enough, and it seems like I will keep it around all the time. This is pretty quaffable to me, but non stout drinkers might not want more than one in a sitting.

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