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Chocolate Stout 2

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Chocolate Stout 2

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Beer Style: Sweet Stout  (13B)
Recipe Type: partial mash
Yield: 5 US gallons

Sweet Stout

Description:

This is a sweet beer with a light chocolaty flavor. This was a 6 gallon batch, which wasn't intentional but it turned out well.

Ingredients:

  • 4lb 2-row
  • 1lb Black Malt
  • 6lb Light Malt Extract (Locally made/unhopped)
  • 2oz Columbus hops
  • 2oz Czech Saaz hops
  • 4oz Cacao nibs

Additional Instructions

Primary Ferment: 7 days
Secondary Ferment: 10 days

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Procedure:

I brought 2 or so gallons of water and the extract to a boil while I mashed the grains.

Mash all grains @ 155 F for 60 minutes. Sparged with a gallon or two of 170 degree water.

Hop schedule:
75 min - 2oz Columbus
15 min - 1oz Saaz
3 min - 1oz Saaz

After 10 days in the secondary, I racked the beer off the cacao nibs and let it sit for a day before racking into the bottling bucket.

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