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Old 12-25-2012, 03:20 AM   #31
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So an update! i brewed the beer this way.

1 hour Boil - 4 litre boil
15 mins in add 1 oz of nugget hops
Added 500 gram of brown sugar
500 gram of dextrose
4 pounds of liquid Pale malt
& Can of black rock stout in the early to mid part of the boil
@45 min of boil i added 0.7 oz of cascade hops

Primary 3 weeks
3 days in secondary with 2 cut vanilla beans


then bottle a twelve pack
and let sit in keg for another 8 days.

Well it is amazing all my craft buddies love it and say they would pay for it! It's complexed warming and leaves you with a slight taste of vanilla, it is exactly as i envisioned! it also somehow made it to 8%. I still have a good 2 gallons left! but people want more and i have to hide it!

I nearly named it Ogri stout for all your help but this semester was too painful.

Anyways thank you and here is a picture.

https://twitter.com/carnellsitka/sta...112832/photo/1


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Old 12-25-2012, 02:46 PM   #32
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Excellent!!!


Glad to hear it worked out well for you and that you managed to achieve your objective by Christmas.

BTW, What's with Putin?? Is it a Russian proletariat stout??


Onwards and upwards from here, mate. I reckon you'll find your brews just get better and better


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Old 12-26-2012, 03:49 AM   #33
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Putin, i'd like to think it was similar to a Russian imperial style, and originally it was a monster, so i asked what i thought was Russian and closest to a monster, Putin came to mind,
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i did a homebrew wednesday video with this beer http://youtu.be/wXdqxMHTrAI
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:09 AM   #35
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Says the video is unavailable at the moment. Will check it out later.

BTW, I take it you are going to let the 12 pack, you bottled, age for a while. If it tastes as good as it does now, imagine what a few more weeks, or even a few months, will do to improve flavours.


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