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Lele

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Hi everybody,
Does anybody have Struise Black Albert recipe?
Or, in your experience, can anyone give me some tips to clone Black Albert? (OG, FG, IBU, malts, percentage of roasted malts, etc.).
Any advises would be good...thanks :)
 

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Early versions of their website gave ingredients for most of their beers - not Black Albert as far as I can see but it's worth having a poke around, if only to see the way their minds work - the Wayback archives are a bit patchy so some links work and some don't : http://web.archive.org/web/20080420164411/http://struise.noordhoek.com:80/eng/

Supposedly de Struise's house yeast is Fermentis T-58, but I have a memory that they don't use it for all their beers, and BA might be one of the exceptions. But it's a start
 
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Thank you :) Now I study it and then I'll let you Know
 
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Unfortunately there is no information that can may be useful for Black Albert, but there's many interesting tips about Pannepot, that I'll try in future :)

Well...I want to make an Imperial stout with almost the same complexity of Black Albert (or other big Imperial Stouts). Does anybody have some tips for me, specially about malts? What cara malts and roasted malts can I use and in what percentage?
Any advises would be good ;)
 

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Sorry, no advice to give but did you ever find a direction with your Black Albert project?
 
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