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76% 15lb American Two-row Pale
10% 2lb Chocolate Malt
5% 1lb Brown Sugar
3% 8oz Roasted Barley
3% 8oz Black Patent Malt
3% 8oz Crystal 60L
1% 4oz Crystal 120L

60 min 3.5oz Magnum
10 min 1oz Glacier
0 min 1oz Glacier

est IBU 98
ABV 11.2

Wyeast 3783 Trappist high Gravity yeast


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Holy chocolate. If you can get pale chocolate you could use half pale chocolate, that stuff rocks. Otherwise I would dial that back a bit so it isn't overwhelmingly roasty.

Looks amazingly good...
 
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brewed today. boiled off a tad much. 1.110 so I added the entire 2L flask of abby ale II yeast
 
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Well I finally bottled it. It was 1.028 so right in the zone. Hopefully it will carb!
 
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Ok so I popped one last night.

Its HOT like FIRE! It has amazing roasty choclate and a good but not bitter bite.

But it was overwhelmed by the massive Alcohol. One small bottle and I was ready for a binge!!!!!!!!!!!

If its not good by march Ill store it till next winter.
 
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