Jamil's Robust Porter

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bkov

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Ill try to update after i finish this and taste it

Min OG: 1.050 Max OG: 1.065
Min IBU: 25 Max IBU: 45
Min Clr: 30 Max Clr: 90 Color in SRM, Lovibond


Recipe Specifics
Batch Size (Gal): 6.00 Wort Size (Gal): 6.00
Total Grain (Lbs): 15.75
Anticipated OG: 1.065 Plato: 15.80
Anticipated SRM: 35.7
Anticipated IBU: 34.1
Brewhouse Efficiency: 70 %
Wort Boil Time: 60 Minutes


Grain/Extract/Sugar
% Amount Name Origin Extract SRM
73.0 11.50 lbs. Pale Malt(2-row) America 1.048 2
9.5 1.50 lbs. Munich Malt(2-row) America 1.006 6
9.5 1.50 lbs. Crystal 40L America 1.006 40
3.2 0.50 lbs. Black Patent Malt America 1.002 525
4.8 0.75 lbs. Chocolate Malt America 1.003 350

Exract represented as SG.

Hops
Amount Name Form Alpha IBU Boil Time
1.65 oz. Goldings - E.K. Pellet 5.40 34.1 60 min
0.75 oz. Goldings - E.K. Pellet 5.40 0.0 0 min


Yeast
White Labs WLP001 California Ale



Mash Schedule
Mash Type: Single Step
Grain Lbs: 15.75
Water Qts: 20.47 Before Additional Infusions
Water Gal: 5.12 Before Additional Infusions
Qts Water Per Lbs Grain: 1.30 Before Additional Infusions

Rest Temp Time
Saccharification Rest: 152 60 Min
Mash-out Rest: 0 0 Min
Sparge: 170 60 Min

Total Mash Volume Gal: 6.43 - Dough-In Infusion Only
 

The Blow Leprechaun

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I'm not sure how I feel about putting published recipes into this repository, since they're copyrighted... did you modify the recipe any?
 
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nope, but i can remove it if you want.
 

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It's questionable but Jamil has given permission (as far as I know) to the guy at Fred's Home Brew Pages to post recipes that have been covered on the Jamil Show. I doubt the posting here is going to cost them any book sales.

In any case, this is a very good recipe.
 

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Fred stopped posting recipes when Jamil and JP got the book deal. However, lots of them are out there (I have McDole's Janet's Brown in the RDB) anyway, or available on the podcast if you ff through the banter.
 
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Mere listings of ingredients as in recipes, formulas, compounds, or prescriptions are not subject to copyright protection. However, when a recipe or formula is accompanied by substantial literary expression in the form of an explanation or directions, or when there is a combination of recipes, as in a cookbook, there may be a basis for copyright protection.
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Copyright protects only the particular manner of an author’s expression in literary, artistic, or musical form. Copyright protection does not extend to names, titles, short phrases, ideas, systems, or methods.
Source: http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl122.html

IMO the recipe does not have substantial literary expression.
 

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tried it yet? i guess maybe it's a little soon, but i'd like to know how it turns out.
 

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IMO the recipe does not have substantial literary expression

Agreed. Besides, in Jamil's book he goes out of his way to express his feelings on sharing recipes and brewing knowledge. He encourages you to brew the recipes and enter them in competitions. I think as long as you acknowledge where you got the recipe and who's it is there is no problem.
 

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I brewed this on 5.9.09. It was only my 4th all grain that I had done.
I believe I kegged it after about 3 weeks. 1 week in primary, 2 weeks in secondary. I have been super excited for all my recent beers so I cracked it after it was in keg for about 2 weeks. At this stage you could really taste all the flavors separately. I drank on that keg for about 2 weeks until I wanted to switch the taps over for something else. (only have 2 taps)

I just re-tapped this keg last night and wow! What a difference a few months makes! It tastes absolutely different, and amazing. I will def. brew this beer again. Been told from a beer enthusiast it's the best porter he's ever had.

I highly recommend this brew.
 

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