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Old 06-06-2006, 05:51 PM   #1
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Default Oatmeal Stout Recipe?

Looking for a typical middle of the road recipe for this and its related OG and FG numbers to be expected..roughly.
Something I can work with.
Anyone have one they like?


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Old 06-06-2006, 06:23 PM   #2
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Found one that I am modifying. Going with this:
13# 2-Row
1.5# Flaked Oats
1.5# Crystal 90
1.0# Chocolate
.75# Roasted
.25# BLack Patent
1# Semi dried blueberries into secondary. Probaby equivilent to about 2# when hydrated.

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.75oz AA Northern Brewer 9% for 60
.25oz AA Northern Brewer 9% for 10
(looking for similar for substitutes as I don't think I can get these at my LHBS)

I havent crunched the numbers but I am shooting for around 1.100 and finishing at about 03 or even 04. and about 25-30 IBUs

Feedback is welcomed, yes I know it will be quite strong and finish pretty sweet but I have made a 1.14 Impy before and I liked that it petered out at about 1.05.


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Check out the recipe in my sig, if you've looking for a mini-mash version. Pretty smooth and delicious.
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Old 06-06-2006, 07:11 PM   #4
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A recipe from a friend; the beer was a little sweet with mild hops and not as much body as I would have liked--but definitely tasty.

7.5# 2-row
0.5# Crystal 55L
0.5# chocolate
0.5# flaked oats, toasted
0.25# roasted barley
2 oz Kent Goldings @ 60
Wyeast 1084
bottled with 1-1/4 cup wheat DME

OG around 1.050; IBU 30

Post up with the results of your brew; I'm just brewed up an oatmeal stout which was a modification of this one...(extract modification--I'm not all-grain yet).

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Here's one I'm drinking now - it's great! I'll definately make it again, without changing a thing.

My guess is the recipe you posted will be quite strong and not very "middle of the road" for an oatmeal stout, but if that's how you like your stouts, then go for it.

9.0# 2-row
1.5# flaked oats
1.0# crystal 40L
0.5# chocolate
0.5# roasted

E.K. Goldings, 2 oz for 60 min (32 IBUs)

O.G. 1.050, F.G. 1.012
yeast: Nottingham

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Dang - just popped in to read about oatmeal stouts and ran into Cheesefood's latest avatar - so much for concentration!
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Default Ohh sooo yummy

Here is my recipe :

http://www.danmorgan.net/recipes/oat-bean-stout.html

I've made three batches of that recipe total. You can omit the vanilla bean, but it does add mocha like qualities to it.

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So I finally gave in and brewed up a batch of oatmeal stout. In primary, the fermentation really took off and could have used a blowoff. At secondary, you can really taste the toasted oats and roasted barley. I'm priming with DME to get a little more body and head. I'll keep ya posted.

Quake & Bake Oatmeal Stout

1/2 lb flaked oats, toasted
1/2 lb C-60
1/2 lb chocolate
1/4 lb roasted barley
5.75 lb M&F light DME

2 oz Kent Goldings (4.1%aa) @ 60 min

1 tsp Irish moss

Wyeast 1084 Irish Ale yeast

bottle with 1.25 cp M&F wheat DME
OG around 1.055
FG around 1.015
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I just cooked up the G&G oatmeal kit from thegrape.net. It came with...

3lbs light DME
3lbs wheat DME
3.5lbs roasted barley
1lbs cracked oats
unknown hops
Nottinghams yeast

I made 5.5 gallons. The wort tasted really smooth. I'm really looking forward to this one. It measured OG 1.052 and REALLY took off last night. Within an hour or so I saw bubbling, and this morning the air lock was going at about 4 bubbles a second. That nottignhams is a screamer!
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Oh My Oatmeal Stout Recipe (Tried and true) This recipe is for a 20 gallon all grain batch. I toasted my flaked oats in the oven at 350' until it started to smell like cookies and slightly brown.
OG 1.053
FG 1.015
33# Crisp maris otter pale
1.5# Weyermann Caramunich 3
1# Weyermann Carabohemian
1# Crisp chocolate malt
1#Briess cara foam
1# Hugh baird black malt
1# flaked oats toasted to perfection
Mash at 150' 50min
2 oz Nugget hops 90 min
2 oz willamette hops 10 min
2 oz willamette hops 5 min
American ale yeast, or london from y yeast works great. Enjoy


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