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  1. TheMadKing

    American Porter Honeymoon Porter (2x gold medals + 2nd place BOS)

    I brewed this the first time right before my own wedding, and then tweaked the recipe a year later. I essentially made an American porter with English porter ingredients (stronger and hoppier). This took a gold medal and second place best-of-show in the 2019 Peach State Brew Off (the largest...
  2. OtisLamb

    Creating a Porter with Mull Spices

    Hello: One of the projects that the Home Brew Club I am a member of does is create Holiday or Winter Beers. This year I decided to create a brew for this presentation. My idea is to use a basic Porter recipe (and there are hundreds of them) and adopt it to include mulled spices. In this...
  3. Sbe2

    Coconut Porter w/ Sabro

    Thinking about doing a coconut porter and looking to use Sabro in the dry hop along with dried coconuts. Am I crazy? I have a half a pound of it left and would like to experiment with it a bit.
  4. M

    Coconut Brewing: sweetened or unsweetend, that is the question

    I have a chocolate porter in the primary right now, and decided to add coconut to it. All I can find is Bakers Sweetened coconut, and I didn't know if its flavor would turn my porter into a syrupy-tasting mess or not (the porter is already riding on the sweet side (1/2 lb. Special B and 1/2 lb...
  5. prah

    Robust Porter... maybe?

    Hi folks, i'm a farly new all grain brewer (currently on my 5 batch), I absolutely need your advice on this one: on my last batch i was ready to brew a Stout so i bought a good amount of Maris otter as base malt and some specialties... except roasted barley (LOL) so i decided not to go for the...
  6. CrimsonYellow

    Secondary Fermentation with Spice Infused Whisky?

    Hi guys, I tried to search the forum for secondary fermentation with whisky and somehow could only find whisky infusions using wood chips. :tinhat: My brew day, this weekend (my first recipe), is a Vanilla, Cinnamon, Nutmeg Porter. Hops - Williamette and WGV. Pre-mash volume - 18L Batch...
  7. A

    Recommend a Recipe Please - Raspberry +?

    I have a kilo of raspberry puree leftover from the Raspberry Wheat beer I brewed and I would like to do something with it. I'm not interested in lambic/sour beers I'm much more interested is a Stout or Porter in the 5 to 6% ABV range. I'd appreciate any recipes that you have brewed and can...
  8. B

    Coffee! How, When, Amounts?

    First time using coffee: Question at the bottom, but first here is the recipe: Fermentables: 70% Maris Otter 10% Brown Malt 10% Flaked Oats 5% Pale Chocolate 5% Roast Barley Hops: 60 min: 28 IBUS of Target 5 min: 4 IBUS of EKG Yeast: Imperial A09 Pub Target OG: 1.060 Target FG: 1.013-.015...
  9. M

    American Toasted Porter Recipe

    This is the best dark beer I've brewed thus far (been brewing for about 7 years). It doesn't really fit in any specific category, so it probably wouldn't win any competition, but it fits my taste (and maybe yours) to a T. Slightly bitter, rich chocolate, toasty as hell. The addition of sour...
  10. B

    Bourbon barrel porter recipe help

    I'm trying to make a bourbon barrel porter-type brew but I'm often wary of that style being too sweet, especially by the time I've gotten to the bottom of the glass. I like the bourbon and oak flavors but I want something more like a stout in terms of flavor profile. I've done a few things to...
  11. Infantryjared1

    Maple Porter-when to add the syrup

    Hello everyone. My very first brew is a maple porter. It's a kit I got for Christmas. Anyway, the directions say to add the syrup 5 days into fermentation and swirl the carboy. I'm brand new, but what I've read suggests that may be late to disturb the yeast causing off flavors. It calls for only...
  12. EnglishAndy

    Cold steeping & water treatment

    I'm planning a porter for this weekend's brew and am working through the water treatment in Brunwater. I will be cold steeping the roasted grains for 24 hours like the guides on the internet tell you to do. I'm a little confused as to what water needs what treatment. I'm guessing that it's...
  13. mrstevenund

    Imperial Porter - need to raise PH

    I was getting ready to brew tomorrow, last step being water. I entered everything into Bru'n Water but can't get the PH up to where I want. Calculated Mash PH 5.2. For Black beers, should be closer to 5.4 for smoother Roast. I'm using BIAB, 8.2 gallons distilled water. I took a look at...
  14. F

    Advice for my porter

    Hey guys, I'm currently brewing a porter using a 20L all grain kit so I don't have to do any boiling or anything time consuming like that as i'm still kind of learning. (all grain kits basically allow you to skip the whole boiling stage). Anyway this porter i'm brewing at the moment has an...
  15. bafinaire

    Toasted Pecan Porter

    Hello everyone, I am one week away from cracking the finished results of my first batch of beer from an extract kit. For the month or so since I started that process I have been researching brewing extensively and want to make an attempt at a BAIB recipe. Here is what I was thinking based on...
  16. Washington_Brewologist

    Brewing a robust porter this weekend and need some advice!

    According to beersmith, for the 13.81 Lbs of grain I need for my recipe, I would need 10.13 gallons of available space in my Kettle/Mashtun. I'm currently brewing with a 10-gallon kettle so I know that something needs to be adjusted. Also should mention that this is the first recipe I'm doing...
  17. Washington_Brewologist

    Brewing a robust porter and need some advise on kettle top up water...BIAB

    According to beersmith, for the 13.81 Lbs of grain I need for my recipe, I would need 10.13 gallons of available space in my Kettle/Mashtun. I'm currently brewing with a 10-gallon kettle so I know that something needs to be adjusted. Also should mention that this is the first recipe I'm doing...
  18. crusader1612

    The Old Fashioned Bourbon Cocktail

    Here's the Crux of it. I recently entered the world of gentlemans cocktails, namely the "old fashioned" an old fashioned is as follows: "The Old Fashioned is a cocktail made by muddling sugar with bitters, then adding alcohol, originally whiskey but now sometimes brandy, and finally a twist of...
  19. pozmantv

    Smokey Bourbon Porter / Stout

    Hi I'm planning on making a stout or a Porter and want to add the following; Smoky flavor Bourbon Extract. Questions 1. Porter or Stout? 2. Can I use a bbq product like liquid smoke? 3. Recommendations on type of bourbon extract? Styles / Brands 4. Do I add it at time of bottling or during...
  20. P

    Briess CBW Porter Recipe

    Hello All, I have received 6.6 pounds of Briess CBW Porter extract. I am looking for a very simple recipe to make a Porter with this extract. Does anyone have a simple porter (extract\partial extract) that I can use to make a quick batch with 6.6 pounds of this extract? Thanks
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