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Old 07-29-2012, 03:22 PM   #111
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If I can find the pale chocolate malt I'll give it a try as written, but I just kegged my batch with the kiln coffee malt I substituted and it smells and tastes awesome (strong coffee notes with mild roast). Once it's carbed up, if it's as good as I think it's going to be, I'll be adding a stout tape sooner than I had planned. I just need to find a good ESB to add to my lineup. Thanks again Yooper!

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Old 08-07-2012, 12:47 PM   #112
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The old man and I will be brewing this this weekend!! Can not wait Thanks for the great recipe Yooper!!

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Old 08-27-2012, 09:12 PM   #113
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Finally got this carbed up yesterday. Followed the recipe as written except I used Wyeast Irish Ale yeast (1084) at 65F. I let it sit in primary for 1 month, secondaried in a keg for 2 weeks, then force carbed.

This is a really, really nice stout. The bitter chocolate and coffee flavors are wonderful. I made it for a party on Friday. I need to make sure I don't drink it all by then.

This will be a new regular in my kegerator.
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Old 08-29-2012, 02:59 PM   #115
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Hey Yooper. I'm finally out of this beer, and I'm going to have to brew it again. I'm not much of a stout person, so I'll be brewing this for my daughter and a few coworkers who are asking for more. I, too, will be brewing it as posted. It went over so well, why mess with it?
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Old 09-02-2012, 01:38 AM   #116
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Hey Yooper. I'm finally out of this beer, and I'm going to have to brew it again. I'm not much of a stout person, so I'll be brewing this for my daughter and a few coworkers who are asking for more. I, too, will be brewing it as posted. It went over so well, why mess with it?
I'm not much of a stout person either- but I like this one! Five gallons of this lasts us quite a while, but I still like it enough to brew it again in the next month or so.

Is your daughter that likes this the one I met at your house? If so, I knew I liked that girl.
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Old 09-04-2012, 01:14 AM   #117
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Hola Yoop,

Thinking about brewing your recipe again. Have you considered adding cocoa nibs? If so - would you add them to the mash, boil or fermenter? Amount?

 
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Old 09-05-2012, 12:19 PM   #118
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I'll probably give this recipe a shot soon. Sounds like its a winner.
It seems like I've read somewhere on here about leaving the dark, roasted grains out of the mash until the end or doing a separate mash for those grains. Something about mash Ph? Does anyone have any insight on that? I may brew this one this coming weekend and want to know what grains to bag separate.

 
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Old 09-07-2012, 01:07 PM   #119
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I'm not much of a stout person either- but I like this one! Five gallons of this lasts us quite a while, but I still like it enough to brew it again in the next month or so.

Is your daughter that likes this the one I met at your house? If so, I knew I liked that girl.
Both of my daughters were there. This is a funny self-portrait they took. The one who likes the stout is Jen; she's the one with the white sunglasses. She was behind the camera all day, so this is all I have of her from that day. She was a huge help. (where is the smiley heart emoticon?? )
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I'll probably give this recipe a shot soon. Sounds like its a winner.
It seems like I've read somewhere on here about leaving the dark, roasted grains out of the mash until the end or doing a separate mash for those grains. Something about mash Ph? Does anyone have any insight on that? I may brew this one this coming weekend and want to know what grains to bag separate.
I never have separated out my dark grains, but I hit my mash pH each time so I haven't really thought about doing that. If you are likely to have a too-low mash pH, you might consider it.

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Both of my daughters were there. This is a funny self-portrait they took. The one who likes the stout is Jen; she's the one with the white sunglasses. She was behind the camera all day, so this is all I have of her from that day. She was a huge help. (where is the smiley heart emoticon?? )
Ah- I didn't know they both belonged to you! You had a lot of people there, and I didn't know who belonged to who unless they told me.
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