Late reply, but milk stout was the last thing I brewed (and my first attempt) - recorded back on March 24th post - and it has been an excellent addition to the repertoire. Despite U.S. born/bread, I try whenever possible to work with metric. Travel internationally a lot for work (or I did until 2020), and try to always speak in the language of "locals". For those who need a point of reference - 0 C is cold, 10 is cool, 20 is pleasant, 25 is warm, 30 is hot, and 40 is bloody hot, and 20 liters is a damn good (forgotten) weekend!20 litres of milk stout 1820 + 5.28 = 1825.28
I know, I know...wrong time of year for stouts and my metric is complicating the math. But I like stout. And ... Canada, eh....
I’m on my 10th small batch of this year and thought I was doing well.Noob here who finally took a look at this thread and discovered what it's all about. So here's what I have bottled this year so far:
1968 + 4.0 gal Belgian Quad + 2.75 gal "AmeriBelgian" Dubbel + 5.0 gal Altbier + 2.2 gal English Barleywine + 2.75 gal Chimay Blue clone + 5.5 gal Cream Ale + 2.75 gal Chimay Red clone + 5.25 gal Bière de Garde + 2.0 gal Lite Blue Moon clone + 2.5 gal "Blueberry Moon" + 5.0 gal LightSky clone
= 2007.7 gallons