Dry Stout: Type-Extract,Calories-137,Efficiency-70%l,Batch Size-5.00 gal, Boil Time- 60 min, Est OG 1.042, FG 1.011, ABV 4.06, IBU's 52.02, Color 38.6 SRM, Preboil OG 1.042
Primary: 14 days @67 degrees Secondary: 21 days @ 72 degrees Bottle/Keg 14 Days @ 74 degrees
Grains & Adjuncts: 1lb Simpsons Roasted Barley 6lbs Dark LME
2oz Cluster Hops- 7.00% 60 min Boil
1 pk Irish Ale Yeast
For Specialty Grains-Collect 2.5 to 3 gal of water in brew kettle.Begin heating water. Pour crushed grains into mesh bag and steep for 20 minutes or until water reaches 170. Pull grains and place in strainer. Bring to a boil. Remove from heat and add 6lb DME. Bring back to boil and add hop addition. Boil for 60 minutes. Flame out & cool wort as normal to yeast pitching temp. Put cooled wort in carboy. Top off with water to make 5 gal. Pitch yeast.......
This was a quick recipe I pulled from I-Brewmaster. It is a simple extract recipe for your DME. I have never made this and I cant comment on how it taste.
New River Brewery & Co. Making home brew since 2012.
Primary- Dundalk Secondary-Dark Wheat Porter. Bottled-Chocolate Stout & Dawson's Multigrain Red. On Tap-Oud Bruin de Table Farmhouse Ale & Speckled Heifer Ale.