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Today's Random Recipe
Expected grain efficiency (1-100): Batch Size (US gallons):  
Beer's Name: Introspection Stout Style: Anglo-American Style Ales
Substyle: (Oatmeal Stout)
 Original Gravity: 1.062
 Final Gravity: 1.019
 Alcohol (ABV): 5.58%
 Calories (per 12 oz.): 207
 Total IBU (Bitterness): 44
 SRM (color): 58

Ingredients: (Portions for a 5 gallon batch)
Grain 1 lbs.Crystal 60L (USA) All grain
Grain 0.5 lbs.Barley, Flaked (USA) Extract
Grain 1 lbs.Oats, Flaked (USA) Extract
Grain 6 lbs.Malt Syrup, Dark (USA) Extract
Grain 1.75 lbs.Black Patent Malt (USA) All grain
Hops 1.5 oz.Northern Brewer (Pellets% AA) Boil time 60 min.
Miscellaneous Ingredient 1 ozIrish Moss Extract
Yeast 3 oz.White Labs British Ale (WLP005) Yeast (Ideal ferm. temp: 65-70°F)

Directions:
1. Add grains (oats, crystal 60, flaked barley and black barley) to 1 1/2 gallon of water and raise the temperature to anywhere between 150-158F. Remove from heat, cover and let stand for 40 minutes.

2. Dump the stuff into a kitchen colander or large strainer and catch the runnings in a pot. Pour another 1 1/2 gallon of hot water over the grain and catch this runoff as well.


3. Add dark extract and boiling hops and bring to boil for 60 minutes. In 15 minutes before the end, add finishing hops.

Cool as quickly as possible to 75 degrees, and pitch yeast.

Primary Fermentor: 5 days Secondary: 2 weeks In Bottles: 2 weeks



A beer please:
Jeg vil gerne have en �l
(Yay vil geh-neh heh en url)
-Danish

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