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BeerPressure 09-18-2008 03:16 AM

Samuel Smith Oatmeal Sout clone
 
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extract oatmeal stout clone. its been in the bottle 3 weeks so far.

It is pretty close to the real thing, some longer bottle conditioning would help i think.

BarleyWater 09-18-2008 04:58 AM

Looks nice, how long has it been in the bottle?

BeerPressure 09-18-2008 03:01 PM

Only 3 weeks. I am considering aging it longer.

creole_hops 02-16-2009 10:52 PM

any chance your willing to post the recipe? Im looking for a Sam SMith Oatmeal clone.
Thanks

BeerPressure 02-17-2009 01:42 AM

It was the austin homebrew kit.

xybreeder 05-16-2010 06:39 AM

Hi BeerPressue - First, congrats on being the recipient of my first post/lucky you! ;) I just got finished brewing my first (solo) batch, an AHS American IPA, which came out fantastic! I followed the AHS recipe instructions TO A Tee (I didn't want to blame any bad results on not following the prescribed process). So now I'm on brew #2, the AHS Sam Smith Oat Stout clone, and I had a couple of quick questions for ya since I saw you brewed it (only 1.5 yrs ago :))...

1) Tomorrow makes day 7 in Primary, she's still fermenting pretty good based on the bubble rate. Did you follow the AHS recipe w.r.t. timing in Primary/Secondary? All the reading I'm doing on stouts suggests keeping it in the primary/secondary longer than what AHS says (1 week Primary/1 week Secondary).

2) So how did yours turn out/any recommendations based on your experience with this kit?

BeerPressure 05-17-2010 12:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xybreeder (Post 2062918)
Hi BeerPressue - First, congrats on being the recipient of my first post/lucky you! ;) I just got finished brewing my first (solo) batch, an AHS American IPA, which came out fantastic! I followed the AHS recipe instructions TO A Tee (I didn't want to blame any bad results on not following the prescribed process). So now I'm on brew #2, the AHS Sam Smith Oat Stout clone, and I had a couple of quick questions for ya since I saw you brewed it (only 1.5 yrs ago :))...

1) Tomorrow makes day 7 in Primary, she's still fermenting pretty good based on the bubble rate. Did you follow the AHS recipe w.r.t. timing in Primary/Secondary? All the reading I'm doing on stouts suggests keeping it in the primary/secondary longer than what AHS says (1 week Primary/1 week Secondary).

2) So how did yours turn out/any recommendations based on your experience with this kit?

I only used a primary and left it in there for about 3 weeks then bottled it. I cant really remember too much about the beer except that it was good.

xybreeder 05-17-2010 12:51 AM

Thx BP, think I'm going to go 1.5 weeks Primary, 1.5 weeks Secondary (and of course, let the ole Hydrometer seal the deal). Cheers!:rockin:


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