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Beer Style: Dry Stout
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons
I realize a stout is supposed to be somewhat bitter but my end result is quite alot more than I expected. I'm not even sure if I can pawn this off on my poor friends =). Any suggestions or advice on anything I could do to save this batch, perhaps adding some sort of sugars or other sweet extracts? Or at least some advice on what not to do next time? I do realize adding the hops at the beginning of the boil contributes to the bitterness.
Steep specialty grains. Remove grains, add extract and hops. Boil.
Source: Chet Holt