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Old 11-09-2007, 10:49 PM   #21
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Has anyone found a source for the Stearns and Lehman Flavor-mate hazelnut flavoring?


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Old 11-09-2007, 11:04 PM   #22

I know Chris Studach and will be hanging out with his brother Kirk in Portland tomorrow (A great brewer in his own right). I'll see if Kirk knows, or can ask Chris for a good resource for the hazlenut nectar.



 
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Old 12-25-2007, 03:37 AM   #23
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I just had this for the first time a few days ago, and I'm hooked. I couldn't quite imagine ahead of time how well hazelnut would work in beer, but I think it totally 'clicked' with the brown ale, and came out unbelievably smooth. Would be a great dessert beer, and while I think it's a little shy of being sessionable by its very nature of being a flavored beer, I could definitely at least have a couple of them in a session.

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20 ML Hazelnut liquor at kegging
Am I correct in assuming that since you mention AHB's recipe includes this 'hazelnut liquor' it's the same as this item which they carry?
http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...roducts_id=505
'Liquor Quick Hazelnut' (which happens to come in a 20mL bottle)

Seems a little pricy for what it is, but at least being at AHB it's easily available, and more than worth it if a clone recipe comes out anywhere near as good as the original...

 
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Old 09-24-2009, 06:07 PM   #24
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I was searching for a recipe and came across this thread. Thought i would add that I found this page that discusses making your own Hazelnut extract.
http://paulsrecipepage.blogspot.com/...t-extract.html

 
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Old 09-24-2009, 06:44 PM   #25
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Chris is a member of our homebrew club and I have his original partial mash recipe if anyone is interested.
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Old 09-24-2009, 08:27 PM   #26
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Chris is a member of our homebrew club and I have his original partial mash recipe if anyone is interested.
I am VERY Interested. Do tell!
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Old 09-24-2009, 08:54 PM   #27
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Here it is. The hops listed as CFJ-90 are Centennial. At the time, they were so new they didn't have a name yet! Chris woin them as a proze at a homebrew comp. This was the official beer at NHC that year, and Chris brewed and bottled it all himself! It was also where he met John Maier....John liked the beer and the rest is history. Chris's pic is on the bottle (around here, we call it "Bald Guy Brown") and since then John has brewed a couple other of his recipes.

Brewdate: November 11, 1992
7lb 2-Row
2lb Browned 2-Row*
1/2lb 120L Crystal
1/2lb 20L Crystal
1/2tsp Gypsum
1 1/2lb Danish Extract (Fermenthaus)
1/2oz CFJ-90 (11% Alpha)
1/4oz Perles (7.6% Alpha)
1/4tsp B.Brite ( or 1tsp Irish Moss) at 20 min
1338 Alt Yeast
5/8 cup Dextrose to Prime
1.25 Fl. Oz Hazel Nut Flavor Drops (Flavor Mate)


Modified step mash: 120F - 20 min.
156F - 90 min.

*375F - 2-Row Malt 40 min, In Oven
12/22/92 - Rack to 2nd; Add Nut Flavor
1/17/93 - Bottle
OG: 1.050
FG: 1.014
IBU:27
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Old 09-24-2009, 09:49 PM   #28
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FYI, the Flavor Mate has been discontinued. It was a coffee flavor extract if I recall correctly. Some LHBS will also sell flavor extracts, but I'd recommend starting small then bumping up if needed. I did a version of this and used 1oz of flavoring and it was way too much.

 
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Brewdate: November 11, 1992
7lb 2-Row
2lb Browned 2-Row*
1/2lb 120L Crystal
1/2lb 20L Crystal
1/2tsp Gypsum
1 1/2lb Danish Extract (Fermenthaus)
1/2oz CFJ-90 (11% Alpha)
1/4oz Perles (7.6% Alpha)
1/4tsp B.Brite ( or 1tsp Irish Moss) at 20 min
1338 Alt Yeast
5/8 cup Dextrose to Prime
1.25 Fl. Oz Hazel Nut Flavor Drops (Flavor Mate)
What is "Danish Extract?" and is 1338 Alt yeast still available?
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Old 09-25-2009, 05:05 PM   #30
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1338 is still available. Danish extract is extract made in Denmark.... IIRC, it's reasonably high in unfermentables.


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