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  • Running,BBQ,Home Brewing
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  • Posted in thread: Chestnut Sweet Stout on 01-28-2013 at 01:06 AM
    If (hopefully when) I brew this again, I might actually add a little bit of cocoa and maybe up
    the coffee just a very small tad. There are already a few chocolate notes in the stout, but I
    think it mi...

  • Posted in thread: Chestnut Sweet Stout on 01-28-2013 at 12:36 AM
    I actually did not have that experience. By the end of primary, there was maybe about an inch
    or so of trub at the bottom of the fermenter. Nothing too bad at all. I should note I grabbed
    my chestnut ...

  • Posted in thread: Coffee Stout on 01-27-2013 at 11:39 PM
    I would agree that 4 lbs of oats might be a bit too much. I just used 2 lbs of oats in a sweet
    stout that turned out great. I feel like the use of additional oats beyond that will lead to
    too many unf...

  • Posted in thread: Chestnut Sweet Stout on 01-27-2013 at 10:22 PM
    During the initial fermentation stages of my last chestnut-based stout, my AC unit busted and I
    lost control of fermentation temperatures pretty quickly (S-04 is a beast and warm winters in
    Austin, Te...

  • Posted in thread: Gluten-Free Holiday Stout - Suggestions on 10-07-2012 at 04:17 PM
    frothdaddy - From what I have read, 2 beans seems to be standard. Apparently using 1 vanilla
    bean does not contribute much flavor-wise. However, I have no personal experience as to how
    many beans to u...

  • Posted in thread: Gluten-Free Holiday Stout - Suggestions on 10-06-2012 at 10:56 PM
    The 1/4 oz per bottle guideline helps quite a bit, many thanks. I am hoping to get 48 bottles
    out of this batch, so 12 oz should be spot on just as igliashon has said. This is perfect as I
    have a Fren...

  • Posted in thread: Gluten-Free Holiday Stout - Suggestions on 10-06-2012 at 09:39 PM
    Cross contamination is not as big an issue for me as it was right after my diagnosis, but it
    still is a problem. I will likely try to eventually malt my own grains, though this is
    something I do not p...

  • Posted in thread: Gluten-Free Holiday Stout - Suggestions on 10-06-2012 at 07:36 PM
    Thanks for the reply Muench. I keep hearing good things about chestnuts so that is why I
    decided to go that route. I am honestly not worried about the price tag if I can get a better
    quality final pro...

  • Posted in thread: Gluten-Free Holiday Stout - Suggestions on 10-06-2012 at 06:52 PM
    Long time lurker, first time poster. Three years ago, I was hit with the Celiac diagnosis and
    my worldview turned upside down. I have tried pretty much every gluten-free beer I could find
    on the marke...

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Bottled: Blonde Ale, Amber Ale, Sorghum Pale Ale, Chestnut Holiday Stout, Chestnut Sweet Stout Primary: Empty Secondary: Oaked Cider In the Planning Stages: Red Quinoa Pale Ale
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