Need help with porter recipe

HomeBrewTalk.com - Beer, Wine, Mead, & Cider Brewing Discussion Community.

Help Support Homebrew Talk:

Joined
Feb 20, 2011
Messages
18
Reaction score
0
Location
Reading
I think my original post was in the wrong place.

so far I have the following:

3.3 lb Muntons Light (liquid extract)
3.3 lb Muntons Amber (liquid extract)
0.75 lb Crystal 60
0.5 lb Special B
0.67 lb Chocolate
0.25 Black Patent
cold brewing coffee for addition after wort is cooled

Thoughts?

Need help with Hops.

Also, been trying to do more partial brewing, bought 6.5 gal pot (living in an apartment with no outside space to expand past the stove). Could I use more crystal in my brewing instead of amber malt? Any help is appreciated.

Dominic
 

Guden

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 15, 2010
Messages
182
Reaction score
3
Location
Arlington
Well you could maybe drop/lower the special B unless you're going for that raisiny belgian flavor. You could probably switch the amber lme for light and raise the crystal to a full pound. I think it looks pretty good all around though.

As far as hops, fuggles, goldings or williamette would be pretty standard, but American or even continental hops could fit nicely depending on what you're going for.
 
Top