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Old 08-29-2013, 10:56 AM   #11
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I would have used S-04 instead of US-05. S-04 seems like a better match for a Stout.

You could have also used 6LB of LME. That is a standard volume sold by online retailers and probably because of that also the standard starting point for most normal ABV extract kits.

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I've had both of left hands stouts. the milk stout & nitro stout. Their milk stout tastes like iced coffee to me with that classic stout roastiness on the back. Their nitro stout adds that bit of choco9latey thing to the milk stout flavor to me. So the recipe may be pretty close. I'd like to find a partial mash version myself.
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