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AG Recipe for Deschutes Brewery Black Butte Porter

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scottpletcher

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I've googled around a while for an AG recipe for one of my favorite porters, but have only found Extract or PM.

Does anyone have a close approximation to Black Butte Porter? The smokey taste is what really hooks me on the stuff so anything with a similar taste would be appriciated!

Thanks from a relatively newbie to AG...only two so far...

Blonde Ale Variant (AG) - Primary
Apfelwien - Secondary
Breakfast Stout (AG) - Bottle
Apricot Wiezen (PM) - Bottle
 

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Why not convert one of the PM recipes? I searched out a few and it should be fairly simple to replace the light extract with 2-row, shouldn't it?
 
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Well, gee...that didn't even cross my mind. Like I said, I'm a newbie to AG and not yet hip to the conversions and such. Thought about buying BeerSmith or similar, but alas....no Mac version.

I'm sure I can find some info with a little digging to do the manual calcs.

Thanks for the reply!
 

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You could try Beer Tools Pro or Beer Alchemy. They both work on Macs.

IIRC... to convert from LME to 2-row, divide by .75 and to convert from DME divide by .6.
 

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10.2 pounds Pale Malt (2 Row) US
.6 pounds Caramel/Crystal Malt - 60L
.6 pounds Chocolate Malt US
.2 pounds Black Patent Malt
.23 ounces Galena Hops (60 min)
.68 ounces Cascade Hops (30 min)
1 teaspoon Irish Moss (20 min)
.86 ounces Tettnanger Hops (10 min)
1 vial White Labs London Ale Yeast
Mash Schedule
154 degrees for 60 minutes
168 degrees for 10 minutes


I can't tell yuh what it tastes like, mine is just now finishing fermenting.
Note no smoked or peated malt, but this was the recpie I found for it. I'll update when I keg it if I can remember.
 
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