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  • First beer I made was a wheat ale from a pre-hopped malt extract kit. It was good, and it got me started. I quickly decided I wanted to use some grains and hops rather than just extracts. My next beer (and everyone since then) was a mini mash using ~5lbs of grain to supplement the malt extract. I made a clone of: Dogfishhead 60 min IPA, North Costs Old Rasputin Imperial Russian Stout, and Ommegang Hennepin. My Inventions: Left over coffee stout, Left over pale ale, Vanilla Bean and Western NY Wildflower Mead, and Chai Latte Ale
  • Tulsi and Licorice Mead
  • Juniper Goji Licorice Sage Ale
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  • Ommegang Hennepin ClonernChai Latte Ale
  • Not yet
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  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 10-23-2013 at 07:35 PM
    The first patent for a milk stout recipe include whey rather than milk. This is a great method
    because you remove the protein from the milk to make cheese. Then the lactose is left in the
    whey for mak...

  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 10-23-2013 at 07:33 PM
    Milk or cream stouts were originally made with whey. This is a great method because you remove
    the protein to make cheese and keep the lactose in the whey for your beer!

  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 10-05-2013 at 06:40 PM
    This sounds delicious. I have access to a dairy farm with real raw milk and trying to find
    things to do with it. Beer would be a welcomed addition. Could you direct me to some more
    specific directions...

  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 10-05-2013 at 06:26 PM
    "Historically, they are known as "Milk" or "Cream" stouts, as the full body of this beer was
    originally borne from incorporating milk/unfermented sugar before bottle. The classic surviving
    example of ...

  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 10-05-2013 at 06:20 PM
    From 2008 BJCP guidelines:History: An English style of stout. Historically known as “Milk” or
    “Cream” stouts, legally this designation is no longer permitted in England (but is acceptable
    elsewhere). ...

  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 01-27-2013 at 03:03 AM
    I have been wondering this for a while, so I decided to go ahead and give it a try. I made chai
    latte ale with skim milk. I added the milk when I transfered the beer to secondary. I didn't
    want milk f...

  • Posted in thread: Lactose vs milk on 01-27-2013 at 02:57 AM
    I have been wondering this for a while, so I decided to go ahead and give it a try. I made chai
    latte ale with skim milk. I added the milk when I transfered the beer to secondary. I didn't
    want milk f...

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