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Old 11-24-2010, 04:46 AM   #1
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Default Candied Almond Ale

Would like to make an odd beer and I am asking for help...

Any ideas, thoughts, experiences, recipe snip-its, anything really

Here's the idea, A dark moderately strong ale, not a barley wine or anything. More like a Belgian 90, but when racking to secondary I want to rack on top of some almonds which have been candied in molasses or brown sugar. Im looking for a malty, roasted nut, style full ale.

Thanks for any help or input anyone would have to offer..


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Old 12-12-2010, 08:35 PM   #2
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i'm planning on a similar beer and this will be the flavor component 4 marzipan ale head retention may be doomed but i don't really mind as long as it tastes good.
set I: Pale (3) -> Mild (4-5) -> amber / Victory (20-25) -> special roast (40-50) -> brown (70)
set II: pilsner (2) -> Vienna (3-4) -> Munich (8-10) -> dark Munich (20) -> aromatic / melanoiden (25-30)
encore: smoked (5)
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