Deschutes Black Butte Porter

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jrp3

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I was at a conference in Reno this week and tried my first Deschutes Black Butte Porter. WOW! That is one awsome porter. :rockin: Probably the best I've ever had. Does anyone have a clone recipe? I would love to brew this beer, since my chances of getting the commercial version here on the Right Coast are probably slim to none.
 

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This is the beer that started me on the road of decent beer. I have not seen a good clone recipe for it. Though I would be interested in making it as well.
Deschutes makes a very nice lineup. Their new IPA "Inversion" is very good also.
 

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hell yeah thats good!

thats what i miss most about living in cali: lagunitas, hop-ottin on draught, deschuttes, the tomale lady, and umm...humbolt's.
 

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Yep - Black Butte's awesome porter. I don't have a clone, but the one I make stands up pretty good against it.
 

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My LHBS has an extract recipe that a guy at work makes. I've had it a few times and it's pretty close. Once I find it, I'll post it.
 

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I am brewing an XX clone attempt based off the Jamil interview next weekend! Any tips? What mash temp did you go with?
 

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BB porter is one of my favorite beers. My third batch ever was the BYO clone that varies considerably from the one android posted. I ittle thin, but still tasty.
 

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I think the brewing network recipe is a great clone. This beer translates well to homebrewing. One of the best beers I've made, I went word for word on the recipe.
 
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