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Old 09-29-2009, 05:04 PM   #21
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Hey folks I got this info from BYO a few months back from (apparently) Stone Brewery
Stone Imperial Russian Stout
2-row pale malt
Amber malt
Black malt
Roasted barley
Warrior hops
Finishing ABV=10.8%; IBU’s=90

We'll have to figure out the rest. Crystal wasn't used and I'm thinking to up the roasted barley to 1.5 lb. I just drank one this weekend and there was a strong RB flavor but such a smooth flavored brew with an strong alcohol finish.
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Old 11-03-2009, 03:56 AM   #22
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Brewed this with wlp007....tastes damn good but some fruity esters and even with a 90 minute mash at 146 i still bottomed out at 1.020. I was hoping for a bit lower but it may give me a chance to play around with some fruit....well see. Either way thanks for the recipe
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Old 05-11-2010, 01:22 PM   #23
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ok i know this is an old thread, but im not coming anywhere close in IBUs to 100 (around 50 something) when i pluged this in to my beersmith program, is it wack or am i missing something (when i did the auto up on the IBUs it put everything at 12 ounces of warriors and that seems excessive) i made sure my alpha numbers are right, so does anyone know why im getting such a low number?
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Old 05-21-2010, 10:52 PM   #24
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ok i know this is an old thread, but im not coming anywhere close in IBUs to 100 (around 50 something) when i pluged this in to my beersmith program, is it wack or am i missing something (when i did the auto up on the IBUs it put everything at 12 ounces of warriors and that seems excessive) i made sure my alpha numbers are right, so does anyone know why im getting such a low number?
depends how your calculating ibus. theres tinseth or rager or a third using a chart. Cant remeber which one i used but it seemed right when i did it
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:20 AM   #25
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Has anyone brewed this lately and compared with original? Is it a good clone?
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