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Old 09-03-2009, 02:18 AM   #31
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I can't describe how excited I am to hear about how all these brews come out! I'm dying for some feedback on the recipe and am amazed at how many people want to try this one.
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Old 09-08-2009, 08:00 PM   #32
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Brewed this baby on Saturday. I deviated just a little bit by adding 8oz of lactose towards the end of the boil to just balance out the bitterness a tad. Came in close to the FG with a .067. I gotta tell you this looked like 5 gallons of yummie chocolate milk when i was pouring it throught my strainer into the fermentation bucket. I am stoked about this and will let you know what it tastes like when I take a gravity reading in a couple of weeks
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Old 09-08-2009, 09:21 PM   #33
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Brewed this baby on Saturday. I deviated just a little bit by adding 8oz of lactose towards the end of the boil to just balance out the bitterness a tad. Came in close to the FG with a .067. I gotta tell you this looked like 5 gallons of yummie chocolate milk when i was pouring it throught my strainer into the fermentation bucket. I am stoked about this and will let you know what it tastes like when I take a gravity reading in a couple of weeks
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Old 09-13-2009, 02:32 PM   #34
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Ohhhhh man, this is a yummy beer. I brewed this and put it on tap, and I don't think it's gonna last long! It's so pretty, too!

Thanks for the recipe. I'll definitely brew this one again (and again!).
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Old 09-13-2009, 06:53 PM   #35
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Glad you liked it! That makes me very happy to know it turned out for someone else too.
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Old 09-13-2009, 11:04 PM   #36
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Just got done brewing mine. Ended up at 1.065. Probably because I don't have a true MLT, I had to do everything in my pot outside. This brew smells wonderful and the wort tasted pretty good. Can't wait to try the finished product.
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Old 09-14-2009, 01:08 AM   #37
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I just bottled... let's just say I wasn't disappointed when the last bottle only had about 9 oz in it and I had to drink it! I didn't add the vanilla bean the the secondary and the beer is a bit bitter, but I like bitter... Maybe a little bit of lactose to sweeten it up, but I can't wait for two weeks to try a cold carbed bottle... Thanks for the recipe!
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Mine version of it is in secondary. I started out at 1.060 and let it go for 7 days in primary. After 7 days, I was at 1.014 and I racked it to secondary, where I hope to let it sit for a total of four weeks. I sliced open two vanilla beans yesterday and have them soaking in a small amount of vodka. I plan to add that to the secondary during the last week or 10 days. Then the 6 to 8 weeks I'll let it bottle condition is gonna be tough
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Just got done brewing mine. Ended up at 1.065. Probably because I don't have a true MLT, I had to do everything in my pot outside. This brew smells wonderful and the wort tasted pretty good. Can't wait to try the finished product.
You must have done something wrong because I tasted the wort on mine and it tasted like ass
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You must have done something wrong because I tasted the wort on mine and it tasted like ass
It didn't taste quite as sweet as I thought it would, and there was definitely a bite from the cocoa, but overall not too bad. Definitely better than some other wort I've tasted.
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