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Old 10-05-2009, 05:13 PM   #1
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Been a month or two, but I finally got around to making a couple new brews. These are both firsts for me... a Black IPA and an Oatmeal Coffee Stout. The coffee will be added once fermentation is complete.

Black IPA so far seems awesome. No real signs of roastyness.. just has a nice pitch black color. Chinook, Simcoe, and Amarillo hops :drool:
The stout seems great as well. Flavor has some nice roast to it but the texture is fvckin awesome. The oatmeal made it very creamy.

Cant wait for these to be drinkable























Little bit o yeast

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Finished product-




Hops for the Stout -



Spent grain for the Stout (right after this i broke my glass thermometer



Finished product

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Very nicely done!!!
I have a question, does your hop bag seem to keep the hop particles from giving you an inch of trup after boil? I recently did an IPA, used pellets, and after 4oz of hops, it was rediculous the amount of hop trub and cold break.
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Very nicely done!!!
I have a question, does your hop bag seem to keep the hop particles from giving you an inch of trup after boil? I recently did an IPA, used pellets, and after 4oz of hops, it was rediculous the amount of hop trub and cold break.

Yea, it does a great job of keeping the crud off the bottom. There's been a few times where i havent used it and wished I had..lol
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Looks good. Recipes?
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Looks good. Recipes?

I'll try to get them posted up.
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Thanks for the pics. I don't think I've ever had a Black IPA. I need to look into this.
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Thanks for the pics. I don't think I've ever had a Black IPA. I need to look into this.
Yeah. THat's why I asked for a recipe. I'm curious.
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Yeah. THat's why I asked for a recipe. I'm curious.
Sorry.. i completely spaced it last night. I'll try to remember tonight.

Off the top of my head though...

13lbs 2-row
1.5lb Victory
1.5lb Carafa III
.5lb 60L
.5lb carapils
.5lb corn sugar

1oz Chinook @ 60
.5oz Simcoe & Amarillo @ 20
.5oz Simcoe & Amarillo @10
.5oz Simcoe & Amarillo @ 5
.5oz Simcoe & Amarillo @ 0

1oz Simcoe & Amarillo for dry-hopping

mashed at 150
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Interesting. Let us know how it turns out.
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