Porter Recipe?

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my recent porter, which im bottling this week and tasted amazing when i moved it to the secondary...

3/4lb crystal 60L
.5 chocolate
.5 victory
.5 black patent
1 oz Centennial at 60 min
.5 oz Willamette @ 15
.5 oz Willamette @ 5
American Ale yeast (though i think using a london ale yeast or wyeast 1028 is what ill use next time, since this is based off various edmund fitzgerald clone recipes)

i can post the stats when I get home.
 

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Steep the following in 4 gallons of 154 F water for 1 hour:

1 lbs Simpson Golden Promise
1 lbs 45 L British Crystal
2/3 lbs Black malt

Separate water from grain, and bring to a boil. Remove from heat, add 2 cans Mountmellick amber malt, bring to a boil and add 35 IBU Northdown hops. Reduce to 3.5 gallons, cool and add to 2.0 gallons of preboiled distilled water already in primary. Add Sfale-04 package and ferment for 7 days. Secondary fermentaion is optional here. Some might like to add a strong fennel "tea" with blackstrap molasses at bottling for that robust flavor.
 
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