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Old 12-01-2005, 04:39 AM   #1
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Hello all,

I have a selection of ingredients leftover that I would like to use but not sure what I can make with them and what else I would need to purchase to round out a recipe.

Here is what I have:

0.5 lb 40L Crystal
0.5 lb 80L Crystal
0.25 lb Munich Malt
0.75 lb Chocolate Malt
0.75 lb Roasted Barley

12 oz of Malto Dextrin
2.5 lb Clover Honey

1.5 oz Chinook Pellets (11.9% alpha acid)
1.0 oz Tettnang Pellets (3.9% alpha acid)
0.75 oz Mount Hood Pellets (3.5% alpha acid)

1 Package of Nottingham yeast.

I am an extract/partial mash homebrew at this point.

Any ideas on what I can brew up?

Thanks in advance.


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Old 12-01-2005, 04:58 AM   #2
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This will be an imperial stout:

You'll need to purchase 2 ea 3# bags of light DME

6 lbs light dme
2.5 lbs light honey
12 oz maltodextrine (body to counter the Honey)

Steep grains at 155 degrees for 30 minutes
12 oz chocolate malt
12 oz roast barley
8 oz crystal 40
8 oz crystal 80

Boil for 1 hour after hot break.
Add hops as follows:

Chinook 1 oz 60 minutes remaining
Tettanger 1 oz 30 minutes remaining
Mt Hood .75 oz 15 minutes remaining

Pitch yeast from a starter after cooling to 75 degrees. Ferment at 70 degrees to completion.

OG should be around 1.081
FG should be around 1.018 (depending on which dme you use)

IBU will be 45
SRM will be 46 (blacker than black)

Oh yea, I left out the munich and .5 oz of the chinook. Save it in the freezer for your next batch.


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I need to add that you must not drive or operate heavy equipment after consuming 1 pint.

This stuff will register in at 8.1 % ABV
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Here is what I have:

0.5 lb 40L Crystal
0.5 lb 80L Crystal
0.25 lb Munich Malt
0.75 lb Chocolate Malt
0.75 lb Roasted Barley

12 oz of Malto Dextrin
2.5 lb Clover Honey

1.5 oz Chinook Pellets (11.9% alpha acid)
1.0 oz Tettnang Pellets (3.9% alpha acid)
0.75 oz Mount Hood Pellets (3.5% alpha acid)

1 Package of Nottingham yeast.
I'd just add 6lbs of light LME and see what happens

It'll be dark as hell (SRM of what? 45 - 50?) and would do the boil the hops for 30 minutes, but I'm not a big hop guy
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Old 12-01-2005, 03:12 PM   #5
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Hey Guys,

Thanks for the Imprerial Stout Recipe...it's just what I was looking for.

I'll pick up the DME and hopefully grew this weekend and let you all know how it turned out.

Thanks again.
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I'd save the Tettanger for something else, it would be lost as a flavor hop. Maybe cut the roast barley to 8 oz.


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