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Old 03-12-2013, 07:38 AM   #1
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Hey all,
Totally newb to the world of brewing, made one Cerveza extract, and didn't go too bad, want to broaden the pallet so to speak and brew a beer I love, a stout. I have found several different extract kits for a nice stout but want to add my own twist, Choc malt, biscuit malt etc... Also want to try adding dry orange peel at the flavoring stage.. Any help would be very appreciated as I don't even know the technique to do this yet.. Help!!

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Old 03-12-2013, 07:54 AM   #2
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I picked up the imperial stout kit from northern brewer. http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/i...tract-kit.html

I will be splitting this into 2 batches. Both will have additions of vanilla, coffee and chocolate/cocoa. The differences will be

1)Blueberry/Raspberry (havent decided which yet)
2)orange peel and coriander (coriander imparts an orange flavor)

Since I'm splitting into 2 batches, I'll be adding my flavorings into the secondary fermentation stage. I'll be cold brewing and adding coffee at bottling into the bottling bucket.

I'll be brewing this on Sunday after an exam so feel free to pop in and see how things go in the thread I started. I'll be posting the results there.

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You should check out my thread. Im doing something very similar for part of my Russian Imperial Stout and I've compiled some of my research findings on how to do the flavor additions your asking about.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f14/spli...ondary-396001/

I'll be starting that brew on sunday and will update.

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Awesome.. Any help I can get, especially on partial extract brewing will help.. Seems easy enough, but as I said, pretty new to all this and want to make sure I'm doing justice to the art..

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