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Old 07-02-2010, 01:10 PM   #21
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I do a Chocolate mole porter, so doing it as a stout is a possibility one day, but not necessarily "special" to me now.

But I think of the list I would do maybe the smoked stout, but I don't know If I would go 40% rauch though.

A coconut stout has been on my "to brew" list for a couple of years now, it's an old hbt member's recipe, from on here.

Huh, I just realized, it's been nearly 5 years since I brewed a stout, I guess I have to do one soon.


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Old 07-02-2010, 03:11 PM   #22
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I'm actually tinkering with the idea of doing some sort of soured stout with fruit.

Oatmeal stout base
Cherries, Raspberries or Blueberries
Ferment with a regular ale yeast
Inoculate with Wyeast's Roeselare blend
maybe some oak cubes too


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Old 07-02-2010, 03:29 PM   #23
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Love the ideas.
I have always wanted to do a chocolate stout with some type of pepper or something to give it a nice spicy flavor, but not tongue burning.
I just cant decide what peppers to use and how much.
I want the flavor to be similar to the Lindt Chili Chocolate bar.
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Hey howzabout a German Chocolate Cake Stout, complete with chocolate, Coconut, and caramel flavors?
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I do a Chocolate mole porter, so doing it as a stout is a possibility one day, but not necessarily "special" to me now.

But I think of the list I would do maybe the smoked stout, but I don't know If I would go 40% rauch though.

A coconut stout has been on my "to brew" list for a couple of years now, it's an old hbt member's recipe, from on here.

Huh, I just realized, it's been nearly 5 years since I brewed a stout, I guess I have to do one soon.
I've been curious about a mole beer, sounds delicious
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That's really interesting. Did you post a thread on it?
No thread yet. I figured I'd work out a good recipe first and then share. So far its been a fairly tricky process. You don't want to boil the tea as that can cause some unwanted bitterness, so you have to make the tea and then add it at flameout. Also, since the thai coffee/tea drinks have the evaporated milk in them, I've been adding about a pound of lactose. No real problem there, but it does add to things to keep track of.
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Hey howzabout a German Chocolate Cake Stout, complete with chocolate, Coconut, and caramel flavors?
Oooh, and if you rack it on some cherries for the secondary, it'd be a Schwarzwaldkirschtorte Bier!
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i want to make a coconut rum porter. i suppose it could be a stout.

i was thinking of using some coconut and molasses in the boil and then in secondary add some more coconut and oak cubes soaked in rum.

im making a banana dunkelweizen soon so depending on how that turns out i may thing about adding bananas to the coconut rum beer.
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Oooh, and if you rack it on some cherries for the secondary, it'd be a Schwarzwaldkirschtorte Bier!
I love it!!!!
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Cabbage Sardine Stout.


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